Barcode

Properties 216

The Barcode Module provides access to control the functionality of the device’s scanner. Because RhoMobile Suite is designed to run on both Consumer devices and Symbol Technologies' enterprise devices support for the Barcode API will vary for each method and properties depending on which platform you are running on. Please note that a lot these APIs are optimized for the extended functionality that Symbol Technologies devices provide. Check the platform indicators in each property or method section. In general if you are developing for a consumer device the number of symbologies available to you will be limited to just the most common ones, eg EAN13, UPCA etc and your scanning will be via the device camera. If your application is running on Symbol Technologies' hardware you will have much finer control over a more fully featured Scanner, often with a choice of scanner hardware on the device. In general if you wish to capture a single barcode in a ‘one shot’ use case, eg your App just wants to capture a single barcode to be submitted to a price comparison website then use Barcode.take(callback); if your application is expecting a number of barcodes to be received, common in enterprise scenarios for example a user in a warehouse then use Barcode.enable(callback). The Barcode API will not run on non-Symbol Technologies Windows Mobile / CE devices.Only the foreground application is given access to the scanning hardware, when an application is sent to the background its state will be saved and it will automatically relinquish control of the scanner. When brought back to the foreground, an application previously using the barcode API will have its previous configuration reapplied automatically.In VC70 scanner will work only if connected in SSI Mode. In Symbol android devices, it is recommended to use EMDK for KitKat devices and not to use EMDK in JellyBean devices.

Enabling the API

In order to use this API you must include the following extension in your build.yml

extensions: ["barcode"]

The barcode extension is also included automatically if you specify the following in your build.yml

app_type: "rhoelements"

If you are building a Windows Mobile or Windows CE app with this API, you must set your app_type as “rhoelements” in your build.yml as shown here.

JavaScript Usage

Be sure to review the JavaScript API Usage guide for important information about using this API in JavaScript

Ruby Usage

Be sure to review the Ruby API Usage guide for important information about using this API in Ruby

Methods

barcode_recognize(STRING imageFilePath)

Deprecated

Recognizes a barcode on an image. Returns a string with recognized code, or empty string if the barcode is not recognized.

Parameters

  • imageFilePath : STRING

    Path to the image that contains the barcode to be recognized.

Synchronous Return:

  • STRING :

    String with recognized code, or empty string if the barcode is not recognized.

Method Access:

  • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
    • myObject.barcode_recognize(STRING imageFilePath)
  • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.barcode_recognize(STRING imageFilePath)
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.barcode_recognize(STRING imageFilePath)

commandRemoteScanner(STRING command)

Instruct the connected RS507 scanner to perform some action.

(Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

Parameters

  • command : STRING

    The action the RS507 scanner should perform, can be ‘Disconnect’ which disconnects the bluetooth RS507; ‘unpair’ which unpairs the RS507 from the device for association with another device; ‘StartPaging’ or ‘StopPaging’ which will cause the RS507 scanner to start or stop emitting a beep, to allow it to be located.

Synchronous Return:

  • Void

Method Access:

  • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
    • myObject.commandRemoteScanner(STRING command)
  • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.commandRemoteScanner(STRING command)
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.commandRemoteScanner(STRING command)

disable()

Disables the barcode scanner. This reverts the scanner to its default state and flushes any current decoder settings.

(Symbol Technologies' scanners)

Synchronous Return:

  • Void

Method Access:

  • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
    • myObject.disable()
  • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.disable()
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.disable()

enable(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)

Enabling the scanner puts it in a state where it will respond to the trigger (on devices with a hardware trigger) or will accept a command to initiate a soft scan (start method). Scanned barcodes will be available to the application through the callback provided to this method. Only one scanner on the device can be enabled at any one time, to switch between the imager and camera scanners (for example) then first disable the currently enabled scanner. If you do not specify a callback to this method you will received the scanned data as keystrokes. Note that it is necessary to enable the scanner on WM/CE devices prior to being able to retrieve the state of properties.

This method replaces Barcode.enable from RhoElements 2.2 and takes a different prototype, no longer taking a ‘deviceName’ parameter this method can now be called on the individual scanner instances returned by Barcode.enumerate to control which hardware scanner on the device is enabled. Please consider using Barcode.take if you only require a ‘single shot’ scan and Barcode.enable if your user will be using the trigger to return scan events.

(Symbol Technologies' Scanners which support a hardware or software trigger to invoke the scan.)

Parameters

  • propertyMap : HASH Optional

    Provide a set of properties to configure the scanner, for example enable specific symbologies or check digits.

    Valid `properties` for this parameter are the properties avaliable to this API module. Check the property section

    Not providing properties to this function will use the scanner’s default properties, or those previously set on the Scanner instance.

  • callback : CallBackHandler Optional

Async Callback Returning Parameters: HASH

    • data : STRING

      The data decoded by the scanner or imaging device.

    • source : STRING

      The source device and human readable decoder type of the decoded barcode or symbol.

    • type : STRING

      Hex value representing the decoder type.

    • time : STRING

      The time at which the decode occurred (hh:mm:ss)

    • length : STRING

      The length of the decoded barcode or symbol.

    • direction : STRING

      The direction the barcode was scanned, either forward, reverse or unavailable.

Synchronous Return:

  • Void : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.

Method Access:

  • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
    • myObject.enable(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)
  • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.enable(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.enable(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)

getAllProperties(CallBackHandler callback)

This method will return all of object/value pairs for the propertyNames of the API class.

Parameters

  • callback : CallBackHandler Optional

Async Callback Returning Parameters: HASH

    • : STRING

Synchronous Return:

  • HASH :

    Map of all available properties

    : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.
    • : STRING

Method Access:

  • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
    • myObject.getAllProperties(CallBackHandler callback)
  • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.getAllProperties(CallBackHandler callback)
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.getAllProperties(CallBackHandler callback)

getDefault()

This method will return an object that represents the default instance of the API Class. For example Camera.getDefault will return a Camera object that represents the default camera.

Synchronous Return:

  • SELF_INSTANCE :

    Default object of Module.

Method Access:

  • Class Method: This method can only be accessed via the API class object.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.getDefault()
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.getDefault()

getProperties(ARRAY arrayofNames, CallBackHandler callback)

This method will return a set of object/value pairs for the list of the propertyName that is passed in. The propertyNames must be a valid property of the API class.

Parameters

  • arrayofNames : ARRAY

    List of properties I want to know about

    • Object : STRING

  • callback : CallBackHandler Optional

Async Callback Returning Parameters: HASH

    • : STRING

Synchronous Return:

  • HASH :

    Map of properties I want to know about

    : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.
    • : STRING

Method Access:

  • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
    • myObject.getProperties(ARRAY arrayofNames, CallBackHandler callback)
  • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
    • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.getProperties(ARRAY arrayofNames, CallBackHandler callback)
    • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.getProperties(ARRAY arrayofNames, CallBackHandler callback)

getProperty(STRING propertyName, CallBackHandler callback)

This method will return the value of the propertyName that is passed in. The propertyName must be a valid property of the API class.

Parameters

  • propertyName : STRING

    The property to return info about.

  • callback : CallBackHandler Optional

Async Callback Returning Parameters: STRING

    Synchronous Return:

    • STRING :

      The property to return info about.

      : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.getProperty(STRING propertyName, CallBackHandler callback)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.getProperty(STRING propertyName, CallBackHandler callback)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.getProperty(STRING propertyName, CallBackHandler callback)

    getSupportedProperties(CallBackHandler callback)

    Return array of properties supported by this scanner.

    (Symbol Technologies' scanners)

    Parameters

    • callback : CallBackHandler Optional

    Async Callback Returning Parameters: ARRAY

      • Object : STRING

    Synchronous Return:

    • ARRAY :

      Array of property names supported by this scanner.

      : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.
      • Object : STRING

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.getSupportedProperties(CallBackHandler callback)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.getSupportedProperties(CallBackHandler callback)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.getSupportedProperties(CallBackHandler callback)

    registerBluetoothStatus(CallBackHandler callback)

    If you are using an RS507 barcode scanner you can register to receive connected or disconnected events through this method.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Parameters

    • callback : CallBackHandler Mandatory

    Async Callback Returning Parameters: HASH

      • status : STRING

        The message describing the bluetooth connection: BluetoothConnected, BluetoothDisconnected or BTScanAssociationBarcode. See below for further descriptions.

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.registerBluetoothStatus(CallBackHandler callback)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.registerBluetoothStatus(CallBackHandler callback)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.registerBluetoothStatus(CallBackHandler callback)

    setDefault(SELF_INSTANCE: Rho::Barcode defaultInstance)

    This method allows you to set the attributes of the default object instance by passing in an object of the same class.

    Parameters

    • defaultInstance : SELF_INSTANCE: Rho::Barcode

      An instance object that is of the same class.

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void

    Method Access:

    • Class Method: This method can only be accessed via the API class object.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.setDefault(SELF_INSTANCE: Rho::Barcode defaultInstance)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.setDefault(SELF_INSTANCE: Rho::Barcode defaultInstance)

    setProperties(HASH propertyMap)

    This method will set the values of a list of properties for the API class. The propertyName must be a valid property for the class and must also not be read only.

    Parameters

    • propertyMap : HASH

      Map of properties I want to set

      • Object : STRING

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.setProperties(HASH propertyMap)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.setProperties(HASH propertyMap)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.setProperties(HASH propertyMap)

    setProperty(STRING propertyName, STRING propertyValue)

    This method will set the value of a property for the API class. The propertyName must be a valid property for the class and must also not be read only.

    Parameters

    • propertyName : STRING

      The one property name that I want to set

    • propertyValue : STRING

      The one property value that I want to set

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.setProperty(STRING propertyName, STRING propertyValue)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.setProperty(STRING propertyName, STRING propertyValue)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.setProperty(STRING propertyName, STRING propertyValue)

    start()

    Performs a soft trigger start, initiating a scan without pressing the hardware trigger. If the scan does not result in a decode it is necessary to perform a soft stop before another soft start.

    (Symbol Technologies' scanners)

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.start()
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.start()
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.start()

    stop()

    Performs a soft trigger stop.

    (Symbol Technologies' scanners)

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.stop()
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.stop()
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.stop()

    take(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)

    Enable the scanner and start capturing the barcode automatically. On Symbol Technologies' devices the amount of time to scan the barcode is defined by the scanTimeout property. On iPhone and Android if a barcode is found, the user can confirm barcode recognition, or continue to try to recognize the barcode. When the user confirms or cancels, the callback is called. Once the callback has been called the barcode hardware is disabled.This method will work only on scanners which support soft scan.

    Parameters

    • propertyMap : HASH Optional

      Provide a set of properties to configure the scanner, for example enable specific symbologies or check digits.

      Valid `properties` for this parameter are the properties avaliable to this API module. Check the property section

      Not providing properties to this function will use the scanner’s default properties, or those previously set on the Scanner instance.

    • callback : CallBackHandler Mandatory

    Async Callback Returning Parameters: HASH

      • barcode : STRING

        The data decoded by the scanner or imaging device.

      • status : STRING

        Whether or not the barcode was successfully scanned, status will be ‘ok’ or ‘cancel’

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void : this method also supports async callbacks - check the Callback tab for callback return parameters.

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.take(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.take(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.take(HASH propertyMap, CallBackHandler callback)

    take_barcode(STRING rubyCallbackURL, HASH propertyMap)

    Deprecated

    Deprecated old method for Barcode.take().

    Parameters

    • rubyCallbackURL : STRING

      Ruby callback URL.

    • propertyMap : HASH Optional

      Provide a set of properties to configure the scanner, for example enable specific symbologies or check digits.

      Valid `properties` for this parameter are the properties avaliable to this API module. Check the property section

      Not providing properties to this function will use the scanner’s default properties, or those previously set on the Scanner instance.

    Synchronous Return:

    • Void

    Method Access:

    • Instance Method: This method can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.take_barcode(STRING rubyCallbackURL, HASH propertyMap)
    • Default Instance: This method can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.take_barcode(STRING rubyCallbackURL, HASH propertyMap)
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.take_barcode(STRING rubyCallbackURL, HASH propertyMap)

    Properties

    adaptiveScanning : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables adaptive scanning. When set to true, the scan engine will automatically toggle between 2 scan angles, wide and narrow, allowing the scan engine to decode barcodes both in close proximity and far away (~100 inches). Adaptive scanning is only supported in high performance, long working range scan engines such as SE960.

    (Laser Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.adaptiveScanning
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.adaptiveScanning
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.adaptiveScanning

    aimMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Defines the aiming mode to use.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMMODE_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    No Aiming (Can be overridden by picklistMode).

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMMODE_DOT (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: dot

    Laser barcode readers will show a dot for aiming.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMMODE_SLAB (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: slab

    Laser barcode readers will show a slab for aiming.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMMODE_RETICLE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: reticle

    Imager barcode readers will show a reticle for aiming.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.aimMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.aimMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.aimMode

    aimType : STRING 1.0.0

    Describes the type of aiming to use.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMTYPE_TRIGGER (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: trigger

    Standard trigger mode. Holding the trigger will start a decoding session.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMTYPE_TIMED_HOLD (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: timedHold

    Aiming lasts for the time specified by ‘timedAimDuration’ before decoding. The opportunity to scan will last until the barcode is decoded or scanTimeout occurs.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMTYPE_TIMED_RELEASE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: timedRelease

    Aiming lasts until trigger is released. If the timedAimDuration has expired when the trigger is released then a decode session is started until a barcode is decoded or for the remaining time equal to the scanTimeout value.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMTYPE_PRESENTATION (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: presentation

    Provided to support Kiosk devices. The scanner illuminates when movement is detected in the range of the scanner window. In order to use this mode the scanner must be initiated with a softscan using the Rho.Barcode.start() method and again after each decode. The device must be equipped with a sensor to detect movement to use presentation mode. MK31XX devices come with presentation mode pre-enabled in the scanner driver and the aimType cannot be modified for these devices.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMTYPE_PRESS_AND_RELEASE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: pressAndRelease

    Scan will continue after the trigger is released until scanTimeout occurs.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.AIMTYPE_CONTINUOUS_READ (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: continuousRead

    Once the trigger is pulled barcodes will continue to be scanned as long as the trigger is held, enabling rapid scanning, to be used in conjunction with sameSymbolTimeout and differentSymbolTimeout. This value is ignored if viewfinderMode is set to ‘dynamicReticle’

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.aimType
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.aimType
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.aimType

    allDecoders : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When set to true, the barcode scanner will read all barcode types that the scanner is capable of reading. When set to false, the barcode scanner will not be able to decode any symbologies, this is most useful if you want to set the scanner to a default state before only enabling your required symbologies. The fewer symbologies that are enabled the faster the decoding performance of the scanning engine will be. This property will return true only if all supported symbologies by the scanner are enabled, if only a subset of supported symbologies are enabled then false will be returned. Note that some decoders will not be enabled as some symbologies use the same systems to encode data, making it impossible to differentiate between them. For example: “canpostal” and “auspostal” both use a 4-state system, so devices will only enable either “canpostal” OR “auspostal” when “alldecoders” is enabled. Note that other symbologies also share the 4-state system.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.allDecoders
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.allDecoders
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.allDecoders

    ausPostal : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Australian Postal barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.ausPostal
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.ausPostal
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.ausPostal

    autoEnter : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, automatically appends the character code for ‘enter’ to the end of any barcodes scanned. This is useful if you want to submit forms following a scan without further interaction. This property will only take effect if you have not specified a callback to the enable method. AutoEnter and AutoTab are mutually exclusive properties.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.autoEnter
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.autoEnter
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.autoEnter

    autoTab : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, automatically appends the tab character to the end of any barcodes scanned. This is useful if you are populating a form and want to jump to the next field in the form without further interaction. This property will only take effect if you have not specified a callback to the enable method. AutoTab and AutoEnter are mutually exclusive properties.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.autoTab
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.autoTab
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.autoTab

    aztec : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Aztec barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.aztec
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.aztec
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.aztec

    barcodeDataFormat : STRING 2.1.0

    Specifies the format in which the barcode data is returned, binary data is returned in Data URI format with the appropriate mime type. This parameter is designed to be used primarily with image based symbologies (eg. Signature). Binary data will not be output as keystrokes, you must set a decode callback in order to receive scanned data.

    (Camera / Imager Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.FORMAT_BINARY (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: binary

    Scanned data will be returned in Data URI format.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.FORMAT_TEXT (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: text

    Scanned data will be returned in Text format.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.barcodeDataFormat
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.barcodeDataFormat
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.barcodeDataFormat

    beamWidth : STRING 2.1.0

    Specifies the width of the laser beam. All devices will support normal beam widths but other widths may not be supported on your device.

    (Laser Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.BEAM_NORMAL (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: normal

    Laser beam width is normal.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.BEAM_WIDE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: wide

    Laser beam width is wide.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.BEAM_NARROW (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: narrow

    Laser beam width is narrow.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.beamWidth
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.beamWidth
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.beamWidth

    bidirectionalRedundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables bidirectional redundancy.

    (Laser Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.bidirectionalRedundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.bidirectionalRedundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.bidirectionalRedundancy

    canPostal : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Canadian Postal barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.canPostal
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.canPostal
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.canPostal

    chinese2of5 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Chinese 2of5 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.chinese2of5
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.chinese2of5
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.chinese2of5

    codabar : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Codabar barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.codabar
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.codabar
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.codabar

    codabarClsiEditing : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables Codabar CLSi formatting when set to true.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.codabarClsiEditing
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.codabarClsiEditing
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.codabarClsiEditing

    codabarMaxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Codabar barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.codabarMaxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.codabarMaxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.codabarMaxLength

    codabarMinLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Codabar barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.codabarMinLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.codabarMinLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.codabarMinLength

    codabarNotisEditing : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables Codabar NotisEditing formatting when set to true.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.codabarNotisEditing
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.codabarNotisEditing
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.codabarNotisEditing

    codabarRedundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the Codabar Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.codabarRedundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.codabarRedundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.codabarRedundancy

    code11 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Code11 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code11
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code11
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code11

    code11checkDigitCount : STRING 1.0.0

    Specifies whether to verify 0, 1 or 2 check digits.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.CODE11_CHECKDIGIT_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    Scanning engine will verify no Code 11 check digits.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.CODE11_CHECKDIGIT_ONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: one

    Scanning engine will verify one Code 11 check digit.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.CODE11_CHECKDIGIT_TWO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: two

    Scanning engine will verify two Code 11 check digits.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code11checkDigitCount
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code11checkDigitCount
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code11checkDigitCount

    code11maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Code 11 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code11maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code11maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code11maxLength

    code11minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Code 11 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code11minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code11minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code11minLength

    code11redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the Code 11 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code11redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code11redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code11redundancy

    code11reportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned Code 11 barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code11reportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code11reportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code11reportCheckDigit

    code128 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Code128 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128

    code128checkIsBtTable : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    When true, decodes concatenated Code128 output only if the pair belongs to one of the commonly concatenated pairs as defined by the standard.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128checkIsBtTable
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128checkIsBtTable
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128checkIsBtTable

    code128ean128 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, barcodes with the EAN128 subtype property set will be read.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128ean128
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128ean128
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128ean128

    code128isbt128 : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    When true, barcodes with the isbt128 subtype property set will be read.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128isbt128
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128isbt128
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128isbt128

    code128isbt128ConcatMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Sets the Code128 ISBT concatenation mode property. This feature allows a pair of barcodes which meet certain criteria defined in the ISBT128 spec to be reported as a single barcode. This parameter describes the different concatenation modes available for ISBT128.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.CODE128ISBT_NEVER (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: never

    Will ignore the barcode pair and only output decode data for one of the barcodes.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.CODE128ISBT_ALWAYS (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: always

    Will not decode if both barcodes are not present or if one of them can not be decoded.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.CODE128ISBT_AUTO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: auto

    Auto-Discriminate.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128isbt128ConcatMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128isbt128ConcatMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128isbt128ConcatMode

    code128maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Code 128 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128maxLength

    code128minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Code 128 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128minLength

    code128other128 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the other 128 property which enables the non EAN and non ISBT 128 subtype.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128other128
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128other128
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128other128

    code128redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the Code 128 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128redundancy

    code128securityLevel : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Sets the Code 128 security level and accepts a value between 0 and 3 inclusive. 0: Allows the scanner to operate in its most aggressive state, while providing sufficient security in decoding most ‘in-spec’ barcodes. 1: Eliminates most mis-decodes. 2: Select this option if security level 1 fails to eliminate mis-decodes. 3: Select this option if security level 1 and 2 fail to eliminate mis-decodes. Be advised that selecting level 3 is an extreme measure against mis-decoding and will significantly impair the decoding ability of the scanner.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code128securityLevel
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code128securityLevel
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code128securityLevel

    code39 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Code 39 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39

    code39code32Prefix : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables reporting of the Code32 prefix when a Code39 barcode is converted.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39code32Prefix
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39code32Prefix
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39code32Prefix

    code39convertToCode32 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables conversion from Code39 to Code 32 barcodes, when set the decoded barcode is converted to Code 32.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39convertToCode32
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39convertToCode32
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39convertToCode32

    code39fullAscii : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables full ASCII conversion of Code 39 barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39fullAscii
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39fullAscii
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39fullAscii

    code39maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Code 39 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39maxLength

    code39minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Code 39 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39minLength

    code39redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the Code 39 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39redundancy

    code39reportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables reporting of the Code 39 check digit when a Code 39 barcode is scanned.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39reportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39reportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39reportCheckDigit

    code39securityLevel : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Sets the Code 128 security level and accepts a value between 0 and 3 inclusive. 0: This setting allows the scanner to operate in its most aggressive state, while providing sufficient security in decoding most ‘in-spec’ barcodes. 1: This setting eliminates most mis-decodes. 2: Select this option if security level 1 fails to eliminate mis-decodes. 3: Select this option if security level 1 and 2 fail to eliminate mis-decodes. Be advised that selecting level 3 is an extreme measure against mis-decoding and will significantly impair the decoding ability of the scanner.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39securityLevel
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39securityLevel
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39securityLevel

    code39verifyCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Turns on verification of the Code 39 check digit.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code39verifyCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code39verifyCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code39verifyCheckDigit

    code93 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Code 93 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code93
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code93
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code93

    code93maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Code 93 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code93maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code93maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code93maxLength

    code93minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Code 93 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code93minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code93minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code93minLength

    code93redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the Code 93 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.code93redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.code93redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.code93redundancy

    compositeAb : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Composite AB barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.compositeAb
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.compositeAb
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.compositeAb

    compositeAbUccLinkMode : STRING 2.0.0

    Describes whether UCC link mode is enabled.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UCC_NEVER (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: never

    Link flag is ignored.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UCC_ALWAYS (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: always

    Composite AB barcodes are always linked.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UCC_AUTO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: auto

    Auto-discriminate whether Composite AB barcodes are linked.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.compositeAbUccLinkMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.compositeAbUccLinkMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.compositeAbUccLinkMode

    compositeAbUseUpcPreambleCheckDigitRules : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    This setting causes the UPC rules specified in the UPC EAN parameters to be used when reporting composite decode data.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.compositeAbUseUpcPreambleCheckDigitRules
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.compositeAbUseUpcPreambleCheckDigitRules
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.compositeAbUseUpcPreambleCheckDigitRules

    compositeC : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Composite C barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.compositeC
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.compositeC
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.compositeC

    connectionIdleTimeout : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the time, in seconds, that an external scanner will be allowed to remain idle before the connection is terminated to conserve power.

    (Bluetooth Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.connectionIdleTimeout
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.connectionIdleTimeout
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.connectionIdleTimeout

    d2of5 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for D2of5 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.d2of5
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.d2of5
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.d2of5

    d2of5maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a D2of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.d2of5maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.d2of5maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.d2of5maxLength

    d2of5minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a D2of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.d2of5minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.d2of5minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.d2of5minLength

    d2of5redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the D2of5 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.d2of5redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.d2of5redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.d2of5redundancy

    dataBufferSize : INTEGER 2.1.0

    Specifies the number of bytes allocated to receive the scanned barcode. This parameter is designed to be used primarily with image based symbologies and should not be modified unless absolutely necessary (eg. Signature).

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.dataBufferSize
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.dataBufferSize
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.dataBufferSize

    datamatrix : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Datamatrix barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.datamatrix
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.datamatrix
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.datamatrix

    dbpMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Describes the type of Digital Bar Pulse (DBP) being produced by the scan engine.

    (Laser Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.DBP_NORMAL (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: normal

    Tells the scan engine to produce normal DBP.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.DBP_COMPOSITE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: composite

    Tells the scan engine to produce composite DBP, which is 2 different sets of DBP data multiplexed together for better decode performance. In order to enable this mode it must be supported by the scanner.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.dbpMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.dbpMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.dbpMode

    decodeDuration : INTEGER 4.0.0

    The duration of the device beeper when a barcode is scanned, in milliseconds.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: 250

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.decodeDuration
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.decodeDuration
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.decodeDuration

    decodeFrequency : INTEGER 4.0.0

    The frequency of the device beeper when a barcode is successfully decoded. This should be within the range of the beeper but the API will accept values in the range 0 to 65535.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: 3000

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.decodeFrequency
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.decodeFrequency
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.decodeFrequency

    decodeSound : STRING 4.0.0

    Path to a local wave file to be played when the scanner successfully decodes a barcode. This setting overrides the scanner beeper. In Android, this settings will not override beeper and hence not supported.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.decodeSound
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.decodeSound
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.decodeSound

    decodeVolume : INTEGER 4.0.0

    The volume of the device beeper when a barcode is scanned. Volume specified using 0 to 5, with 5 being the loudest. The value of 0 is device dependent, some Windows Mobile / CE devices interpret this as the quietest volume; if you wish to completely disable the beeper on scan please set decodeSound to an empty or invalid sound file.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: 5

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.decodeVolume
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.decodeVolume
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.decodeVolume

    differentSymbolTimeout : INTEGER 1.0.0

    When the aimType:continuousRead property is applied this value defines the interval between which different barcodes can be scanned. The value is specified in milliseconds, use 0 to indicate no interval between successive reads. Use this setting to allow time for the operator to re-aim the device between successive scans.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.differentSymbolTimeout
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.differentSymbolTimeout
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.differentSymbolTimeout

    disableScannerDuringNavigate : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    By default if you have enabled the Scanner on a page, through either JavaScript or Ruby and navigate to a new page the Scanner will automatically disable. To override this behavior you can set this option to false and once enabled the Scanner will remain so in the foreground application until you disable it.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: true

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.disableScannerDuringNavigate
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.disableScannerDuringNavigate
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.disableScannerDuringNavigate

    disconnectBtOnDisable : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Forces the scanner to disconnect from the terminal when it is ‘disabled’. Since the scanner is disabled when you navigate to a new page, set this value to false if you want to maintain the bluetooth connection to your remote scanner.

    (Bluetooth Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.disconnectBtOnDisable
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.disconnectBtOnDisable
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.disconnectBtOnDisable

    displayBtAddressBarcodeOnEnable : BOOLEAN 2.1.0

    If set to true the bluetooth address will be displayed as a barcode on the screen during the pairing process, initiated by calling ‘enable’ on a bluetooth scanner. Not all devices support this functionality. Note you must specify this parameter before or within the call to ‘enable’.

    (Bluetooth Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.displayBtAddressBarcodeOnEnable
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.displayBtAddressBarcodeOnEnable
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.displayBtAddressBarcodeOnEnable

    dpmMode : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Allows Direct Part Marking (DPM) barcodes to be read When true, but may adversely affect overall decoding performance. DPM is a way of stamping barcodes directly on physical objects and is only available on DPM terminals.

    (Imager / Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices. The scanning engine must support DPM barcodes.)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.dpmMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.dpmMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.dpmMode

    dutchPostal : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Dutch Postal barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.dutchPostal
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.dutchPostal
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.dutchPostal

    ean13 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for EAN 13 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.ean13
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.ean13
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.ean13

    ean8 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for EAN 8 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.ean8
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.ean8
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.ean8

    ean8convertToEan13 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, EAN 8 barcodes will be converted to EAN 13 and EAN 13 parameters used.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.ean8convertToEan13
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.ean8convertToEan13
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.ean8convertToEan13

    enableTimeout : INTEGER 2.1.0

    Configures the time (in seconds) allowed to pair with the external bluetooth scanner after calling the ‘enable()’ method. You must specify this parameter before calling ‘enable’ to change the default.

    (Bluetooth Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.enableTimeout
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.enableTimeout
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.enableTimeout

    focusMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Sets the focus mode in use.

    (Imager / Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.FOCUS_FIXED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: fixed

    Use fixed focus.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.FOCUS_AUTO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: auto

    Use auto focus.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.focusMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.focusMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.focusMode

    friendlyName : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Returns the friendly name associated with the scanner.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.friendlyName
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.friendlyName
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.friendlyName

    gs1dataBar : BOOLEAN 2.1.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for GS1 DataBar barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance. This symbology was previously known as rss.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.gs1dataBar
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.gs1dataBar
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.gs1dataBar

    gs1dataBarExpanded : BOOLEAN 2.1.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for GS1 Databar Expanded barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance. This symbology was previously known as rssExp.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.gs1dataBarExpanded
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.gs1dataBarExpanded
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.gs1dataBarExpanded

    gs1dataBarLimited : BOOLEAN 2.1.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for GS1 Databar Limited barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance. This symbology was previously known as rssLim.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.gs1dataBarLimited
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.gs1dataBarLimited
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.gs1dataBarLimited

    hapticFeedback : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Controls the haptic feedback on decode. This means that if this is set to true, then the device will vibrate when a decode occurs.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: true

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.hapticFeedback
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.hapticFeedback
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.hapticFeedback

    i2of5 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for I2of5 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5

    i2of5convertToEan13 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, EAN 8 barcodes will be converted to EAN 13 and EAN 13 parameters used.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5convertToEan13
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5convertToEan13
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5convertToEan13

    i2of5maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a I2of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5maxLength

    i2of5minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a I2of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5minLength

    i2of5redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the I2of5 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5redundancy

    i2of5reportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned I2of5 barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5reportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5reportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5reportCheckDigit

    i2of5verifyCheckDigit : STRING 1.0.0

    Enables the verification of the I2of5 check digit.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.I2OF5_VERIFY_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    Disables verification of the check digit.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.I2OF5_VERIFY_USS (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: uss

    Enables the USS format for the check digit.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.I2OF5_VERIFY_OPCC (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: opcc

    Enables the OPCC format for the check digit.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.i2of5verifyCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.i2of5verifyCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.i2of5verifyCheckDigit

    illuminationMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Selects the illumination mode to use. Not currently supported on Android (illumination is always on).

    (Imager / Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.ILLUMINATION_AUTO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: auto

    Auto-exposure algorithms will decide whether illumination is required. Not currently supported on Android.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.ILLUMINATION_ALWAYS_ON (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: alwaysOn

    External illumination is always on.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.ILLUMINATION_ALWAYS_OFF (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: alwaysOff

    External illumination is always off.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.illuminationMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.illuminationMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.illuminationMode

    invalidDecodeFrequency : INTEGER 4.0.0

    The frequency of the device beeper when a barcode is scanned but not successfully decoded. This should be within the range of the beeper but the API will accept values in the range 0 to 65535.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: 2500

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.invalidDecodeFrequency
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.invalidDecodeFrequency
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.invalidDecodeFrequency

    invalidDecodeSound : STRING 4.0.0

    Path to a local wave file to be played when a barcode is scanned but not successfully decoded. This setting overrides the scanner beeper.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.invalidDecodeSound
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.invalidDecodeSound
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.invalidDecodeSound

    inverse1dMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Allows the user to select inverse 1D barcodes for decoding.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices. The scanning engine must support inverse barcodes)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.INVERSE_ENABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: enabled

    Inverse 1D symbology decoding is enabled.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.INVERSE_DISABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: disabled

    Inverse 1D symbology decoding is disabled.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.INVERSE_AUTO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: auto

    Allows decoding of both positive and inverse 1D symbologies.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.inverse1dMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.inverse1dMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.inverse1dMode

    japPostal : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Japanese Postal barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.japPostal
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.japPostal
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.japPostal

    klasseEins : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the Klasse Eins laser on time function.

    (Laser Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.klasseEins
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.klasseEins
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.klasseEins

    korean3of5 : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Korean 3of5 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.korean3of5
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.korean3of5
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.korean3of5

    korean3of5maxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Korean 3of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.korean3of5maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.korean3of5maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.korean3of5maxLength

    korean3of5minLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Korean 3of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.korean3of5minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.korean3of5minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.korean3of5minLength

    korean3of5redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets Korean 3of5 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.korean3of5redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.korean3of5redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.korean3of5redundancy

    lcdMode : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Controls whether LCD Mode is enabled on the scanner. LCD Mode makes it easier to scan barcodes off of LCD screens (like mobile device screens)

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: false

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.lcdMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.lcdMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.lcdMode

    linearSecurityLevel : STRING 1.0.0

    Describes the linear security level used during decoding. This determines the number of times a barcode must be read before it is decoded. If the successive reads of the barcode do not match, it will not be decoded.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.REDUNDANCY_AND_LENGTH (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: redundancyAndLength

    Double redundancy based on redundancy flags and code length. Only applicable to laser scanners, not BlockBuster imager scanners. Not supported on Android with EMDK version 3.1 and above.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.SHORT_OR_CODABAR (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: shortOrCodabar

    Double redundancy if short barcode or Codabar.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.LONG_AND_SHORT (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: longAndShort

    Double redundancy for long barcodes, triple for short barcodes.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.ALL_TWICE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: allTwice

    Double redundancy for all barcodes.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.ALL_THRICE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: allThrice

    Triple redundancy for all barcodes.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.linearSecurityLevel
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.linearSecurityLevel
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.linearSecurityLevel

    lowBatteryScan : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Set to false to disable scanning when the battery is low / critical or set to true to enable it.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: false

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.lowBatteryScan
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.lowBatteryScan
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.lowBatteryScan

    macroMicroPdf : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for MacroMicroPDF barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroMicroPdf
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroMicroPdf
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroMicroPdf

    macroMicroPdfBufferLabels : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, the scanner driver will return the barcode data only after the complete macroMicroPdf sequence has been read. If false, the scanner driver will return each barcode in the macroMicroPdf sequence as it is read.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroMicroPdfBufferLabels
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroMicroPdfBufferLabels
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroMicroPdfBufferLabels

    macroMicroPdfConvertToMicroPdf : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, MacroMicroPDF barcodes will be converted to MicroPDF codes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroMicroPdfConvertToMicroPdf
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroMicroPdfConvertToMicroPdf
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroMicroPdfConvertToMicroPdf

    macroMicroPdfExclusive : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, the scanner driver will not complete read requests while in the middle of a macroMicroPdf sequence. Once a macroMicroPdf sequence has been started it must be completed or canceled before the scan driver will complete other read requests.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroMicroPdfExclusive
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroMicroPdfExclusive
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroMicroPdfExclusive

    macroMicroPdfReportAppendInfo : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, the appended info is concatenated to the decoded data before being returned.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroMicroPdfReportAppendInfo
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroMicroPdfReportAppendInfo
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroMicroPdfReportAppendInfo

    macroPdf : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Macro PDF barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroPdf
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroPdf
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroPdf

    macroPdfBufferLabels : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    When true, the scanner driver will return he barcode data only after the complete macroPdf sequence has been read. If false, the scan driver will return each barcode in the macroPdf sequence as it is read.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroPdfBufferLabels
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroPdfBufferLabels
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroPdfBufferLabels

    macroPdfConvertToPdf417 : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, MacroPDF barcodes will be converted to PDF417 codes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroPdfConvertToPdf417
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroPdfConvertToPdf417
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroPdfConvertToPdf417

    macroPdfExclusive : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, the scanner driver will not complete read requests while in the middle of a macroPdf sequence. Once a macroPdf sequence has been started it must be completed or canceled before the scan driver will complete other read requests.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.macroPdfExclusive
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.macroPdfExclusive
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.macroPdfExclusive

    matrix2of5 : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Matrix 2of5 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.matrix2of5
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.matrix2of5
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.matrix2of5

    matrix2of5maxLength : INTEGER 2.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a Matrix 2of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.matrix2of5maxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.matrix2of5maxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.matrix2of5maxLength

    matrix2of5minLength : INTEGER 2.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a Matrix 2of5 barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.matrix2of5minLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.matrix2of5minLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.matrix2of5minLength

    matrix2of5reportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned Matrix 2of5 barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.matrix2of5reportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.matrix2of5reportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.matrix2of5reportCheckDigit

    matrix2of5verifyCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    Enables verification of the Matrix 2of5 symbology check digit.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.matrix2of5verifyCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.matrix2of5verifyCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.matrix2of5verifyCheckDigit

    maxiCode : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Maxicode barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.maxiCode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.maxiCode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.maxiCode

    microPdf : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Micro PDF barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.microPdf
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.microPdf
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.microPdf

    microQr : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Micro QR barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.microQr
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.microQr
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.microQr

    msi : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for MSI barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msi
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msi
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msi

    msiCheckDigitScheme : STRING 1.0.0

    Specifies the check digit scheme used to verify MSI barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.MSI_CHECKDIGITS_MOD11 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: mod11

    The first check digit is MOD 11, the second is MOD 10.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.MSI_CHECKDIGITS_MOD10 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: mod10

    Both check digits are MOD 10.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msiCheckDigitScheme
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msiCheckDigitScheme
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msiCheckDigitScheme

    msiCheckDigits : STRING 1.0.0

    Sets the number of MSI check digits to use.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.MSI_CHECKDIGITS_ONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: one

    Use one check digit for MSI barcodes.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.MSI_CHECKDIGITS_TWO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: two

    Use two check digits for MSI barcodes.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msiCheckDigits
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msiCheckDigits
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msiCheckDigits

    msiMaxLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the maximum number of allowable characters in a MSI barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msiMaxLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msiMaxLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msiMaxLength

    msiMinLength : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Specifies the minimum number of allowable characters in a MSI barcode. If your application only expects barcode lengths in a certain range, reducing the allowed range can improve scanning performance. Allowed values are 0 to 55.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msiMinLength
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msiMinLength
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msiMinLength

    msiRedundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the MSI Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msiRedundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msiRedundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msiRedundancy

    msiReportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned MSI barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.msiReportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.msiReportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.msiReportCheckDigit

    pdf417 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for PDF 417 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.pdf417
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.pdf417
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.pdf417

    picklistMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Allows the imager to decode only the barcode that is directly under the cross-hair / center of the reticle. This feature is most useful in applications where multiple barcodes may appear in the field of view during a decode session and only one of them is targeted for decode. When enabled picklistMode will override aimMode or, if no aiming is chosen, and use aimMode:reticle. This mode will also interact with viewfinderMode, see the EMDK for C help file for more information. Enabling picklist mode may adversely affect overall decoding performance.

    (Imager / Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.PICKLIST_DISABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: disabled

    Disables picklist mode so any barcode within the field of view can be decoded.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.PICKLIST_HARDWARE_RETICLE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: hardwareReticle

    Enables picklist mode so that only the barcode under the projected reticle can be decoded. On Windows, if the imager does not support a projected reticle then the behavior is the same as softwareReticle. On Android, this is only supported for Imager (non-viewfinder) based scanners.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.PICKLIST_SOFTWARE_RETICLE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: softwareReticle

    Enables picklist mode so that only the barcode in the center of the image is decoded. This is most useful when used in conjunction with static and dynamic reticle viewfinder modes. This value is not supported on Android Platform.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.picklistMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.picklistMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.picklistMode

    poorQuality1dMode : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Allows poor quality 1D barcodes to be read When true, but this will adversely affect the overall decoding performance.

    (Imager / Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.poorQuality1dMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.poorQuality1dMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.poorQuality1dMode

    qrCode : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for QR Code barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.qrCode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.qrCode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.qrCode

    rasterHeight : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Vertical rastering height to use, as a percentage, when rasterMode:openAlways is applied. This value must be between 0 and 100.

    (Laser Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rasterHeight
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rasterHeight
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rasterHeight

    rasterMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Describes the type of vertical rastering to use.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RASTER_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    No vertical rastering.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RASTER_OPEN_ALWAYS (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: openAlways

    Vertical rastering is always full open. To adjust the rastering height use the rasterHeight property.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RASTER_SMART (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: smart

    Vertical rastering mode is ‘Smart’.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RASTER_CYCLONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: cyclone

    Vertical rastering mode is ‘Cyclone’.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rasterMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rasterMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rasterMode

    rsmBatteryCapacity : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    The remaining capacity of the battery, in the range 0 to 100. ‘unknown’ will be returned if the capacity could not be determined, for example if the scanner had no battery.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBatteryCapacity
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBatteryCapacity
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBatteryCapacity

    rsmBatteryId : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    One of ‘simple’, ‘double’, ‘disabled’ or ‘unknown’

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBatteryId
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBatteryId
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBatteryId

    rsmBatteryStatus : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Indicates the status of the remote scanner’s battery, will be one of ‘unknown’, ‘full’, ‘medium’, ‘empty’, ‘chargingFullRate’, ‘chargingHalfRate’, ‘chargingTrickle’ or ‘discharging’

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBatteryStatus
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBatteryStatus
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBatteryStatus

    rsmBluetoothAddress : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Bluetooth address as FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF where FF is a hex number.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothAddress
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothAddress
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothAddress

    rsmBluetoothAuthentication : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    True if authentication is required.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothAuthentication
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothAuthentication
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothAuthentication

    rsmBluetoothAutoReconnect : STRING 4.0.0

    Bluetooth reconnection scheme.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RSM_AUTORECONNECT_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    No scheme.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RSM_AUTORECONNECT_ON_POWER (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: onPower

    When powered on.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RSM_AUTORECONNECT_ON_OUT_OF_RANGE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: onOutOfRange

    When device goes out of range.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.RSM_AUTORECONNECT_ON_POWER_OUT_OF_RANGE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: onPowerOutOfRange

    When powered on or when the device goes out of range.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothAutoReconnect
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothAutoReconnect
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothAutoReconnect

    rsmBluetoothBeepOnReconnectAttempt : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    When true, scanner will emit 5 beeps every 5 seconds whilst re-connection in progress.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothBeepOnReconnectAttempt
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothBeepOnReconnectAttempt
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothBeepOnReconnectAttempt

    rsmBluetoothEncryption : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    True if encryption is required.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothEncryption
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothEncryption
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothEncryption

    rsmBluetoothFriendlyName : STRING 4.0.0

    Friendly Bluetooth name, e.g. ‘MyBTScanner’

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothFriendlyName
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothFriendlyName
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothFriendlyName

    rsmBluetoothHidAutoReconnect : STRING 4.0.0

    ‘neverReconnect’, ‘reconnectOnData’ or ‘reconnectImmediately’

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothHidAutoReconnect
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothHidAutoReconnect
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothHidAutoReconnect

    rsmBluetoothInquiryMode : STRING 4.0.0

    To use a general inquiry mode, ‘general’ else, ‘limited’

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothInquiryMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothInquiryMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothInquiryMode

    rsmBluetoothPinCode : STRING 4.0.0

    Up to 5 character PIN code used for Bluetooth authentication.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothPinCode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothPinCode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothPinCode

    rsmBluetoothPinCodeType : STRING 4.0.0

    ‘UseStored’ will use the PIN code stored in the memory of the ring scanner, by default ‘12345’. ‘PromptUser’ indicates that the ring scanner should be used to scan 5 alpha numeric barcodes to define the PIN, eg. “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “5” (for PIN 12345). This parameter is not saved permanently on the ring scanner.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothPinCodeType
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothPinCodeType
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothPinCodeType

    rsmBluetoothReconnectionAttempts : INTEGER 4.0.0

    How long the scanner tries to re-establish connection if it goes out of range, in seconds. This value must be a multiple of 5 and in the range 30 to 60 seconds.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmBluetoothReconnectionAttempts
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmBluetoothReconnectionAttempts
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmBluetoothReconnectionAttempts

    rsmDateOfManufacture : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Ring scanner date of manufacture as DDMMYY.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmDateOfManufacture
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmDateOfManufacture
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmDateOfManufacture

    rsmDateOfService : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Ring scanner date of service as DDMMYY.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmDateOfService
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmDateOfService
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmDateOfService

    rsmDecodeFeedback : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    If true, the remote scanner beeps and illuminates its green LED on a successful decode.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmDecodeFeedback
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmDecodeFeedback
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmDecodeFeedback

    rsmDeviceClass : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    The device class of the ring scanner.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmDeviceClass
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmDeviceClass
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmDeviceClass

    rsmFirmwareVersion : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Scanner’s operating system version.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmFirmwareVersion
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmFirmwareVersion
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmFirmwareVersion

    rsmForceSavePairingBarcode : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Force saving the barcode assigned to the device to which the scanner has been paired.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmForceSavePairingBarcode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmForceSavePairingBarcode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmForceSavePairingBarcode

    rsmGoodScansDelay : INTEGER 4.0.0

    Delay between good scans in proximity continuous mode, measured in milliseconds. Range 0 to 15000. This value must be a multiple of 100.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmGoodScansDelay
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmGoodScansDelay
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmGoodScansDelay

    rsmIgnoreCode128Usps : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Feature for ignoring Code 128 barcodes beginning with 420 and 421.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmIgnoreCode128Usps
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmIgnoreCode128Usps
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmIgnoreCode128Usps

    rsmLowBatteryIndication : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Whether or not the ring scanner should give a low battery indication.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmLowBatteryIndication
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmLowBatteryIndication
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmLowBatteryIndication

    rsmLowBatteryIndicationCycle : INTEGER 4.0.0

    Low battery indication cycle time, in seconds. Must be one of 15, 30, 60, 90 or 120.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmLowBatteryIndicationCycle
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmLowBatteryIndicationCycle
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmLowBatteryIndicationCycle

    rsmMems : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    If you press the trigger on an RSM scanner, proximity enabled will be turned off, even though it still reports its self as being turned on if you query the property. In order to use ProximityEnable you need to also have Mems enabled, this is the motion sensor and if you disable Mems the scanner will not function.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmMems
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmMems
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmMems

    rsmModelNumber : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Ring scanner model number.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmModelNumber
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmModelNumber
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmModelNumber

    rsmPagingBeepSequence : INTEGER 4.0.0

    Range 0 to 15 to specify the pattern for the paging beep sequence.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmPagingBeepSequence
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmPagingBeepSequence
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmPagingBeepSequence

    rsmPagingEnable : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Specify whether paging the device is enabled.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmPagingEnable
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmPagingEnable
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmPagingEnable

    rsmProximityContinuous : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Proximity continuous mode.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmProximityContinuous
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmProximityContinuous
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmProximityContinuous

    rsmProximityDistance : STRING 4.0.0

    Specify the distance for the proximity feature as ‘short’, ‘medium’ or ‘long’

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmProximityDistance
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmProximityDistance
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmProximityDistance

    rsmProximityEnable : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    If you press the trigger on an RSM scanner, proximity enabled will be turned off, even though it still reports its self as being turned on if you query the property. In order to use ProximityEnable you need to also have Mems enabled, this is the motion sensor and if you disable Mems the scanner will not function.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmProximityEnable
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmProximityEnable
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmProximityEnable

    rsmScanLineWidth : STRING 4.0.0

    The laser scan line width, ‘wide’ or ‘narrow’.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmScanLineWidth
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmScanLineWidth
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmScanLineWidth

    rsmScanTriggerWakeup : BOOLEAN 4.0.0

    Scanner trigger will wakeup the device from a low power state.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmScanTriggerWakeup
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmScanTriggerWakeup
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmScanTriggerWakeup

    rsmSerialNumber : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    Ring scanner serial number.

    (Symbol Technologies' Bluetooth barcode scanners, model RS507)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.rsmSerialNumber
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.rsmSerialNumber
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.rsmSerialNumber

    sameSymbolTimeout : INTEGER 1.0.0

    When the aimType:continuousRead property is applied this value defines the interval between which the same barcode can be decoded twice. The value is specified in milliseconds, use 0 to indicate no interval between successive reads. Use this value to prevent accidental duplicate scans.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.sameSymbolTimeout
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.sameSymbolTimeout
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.sameSymbolTimeout

    scanTimeout : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Maximum time in milliseconds that laser scanners will emit a beam or imager scanners will enable the imager. A value of 0 indicates an infinite timeout. This parameter is compatible with aimType:trigger, aimType:timedHold, aimType:timedRelease and aimType:pressAndRelease. Note that for regulatory reasons scanTimeout is not configurable on all laser / imager scanners. Scan timeout is extent to hardware capabilities and limitations.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.scanTimeout
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.scanTimeout
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.scanTimeout

    scannerType : STRING Read Only 4.0.0

    The type of scanner in use, will be one of ‘Camera’, ‘Imager’ or ‘Laser’. Camera scanners capture and process an image taken via the devices camera. Imager scanners rely on capturing and processing an image of the barcode via dedicated scanning hardware. Both camera and imager scanners are capable of decoding 1D and 2D barcodes. Laser scanners are only capable of decoding 1D barcodes and rely on a sweeping laser.

    (All Scanners)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.scannerType
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.scannerType
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.scannerType

    signature : BOOLEAN 2.1.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Signature barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance. Signature barcodes return their data in Data URI format, it is recommended you adjust the dataBufferSize and barcodeDataFormat properties when scanning Signature barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.signature
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.signature
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.signature

    signatureImageHeight : INTEGER 2.1.0

    Specifies the output height of the captured signature barcode. Signature barcodes return their data in Data URI format, it is recommended you adjust the dataBufferSize and barcodeDataFormat properties when scanning Signature barcodes. Provide a number greater than or equal to 20.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.signatureImageHeight
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.signatureImageHeight
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.signatureImageHeight

    signatureImageQuality : INTEGER 2.1.0

    Specifies the output quality of the captured signature barcode. Signature barcodes return their data in Data URI format, it is recommended you adjust the dataBufferSize and barcodeDataFormat properties when scanning Signature barcodes. Provide a value between 10 and 100 inclusive.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.signatureImageQuality
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.signatureImageQuality
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.signatureImageQuality

    signatureImageWidth : INTEGER 2.1.0

    Specifies the output width of the captured signature barcode. Signature barcodes return their data in Data URI format, it is recommended you adjust the dataBufferSize and barcodeDataFormat properties when scanning Signature barcodes. Provide a number greater than or equal to 20.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.signatureImageWidth
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.signatureImageWidth
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.signatureImageWidth

    timedAimDuration : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Aim duration in milliseconds for aimType:timedHold and aimType:timedRelease.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.timedAimDuration
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.timedAimDuration
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.timedAimDuration

    tlc39 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for TLC 39 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.tlc39
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.tlc39
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.tlc39

    triggerConnected : BOOLEAN 4.1.0

    Only applies to an enabled laser or imaging scanner. Disconnecting the trigger will prevent the scan beam from being emitted, this can temporarily prevent a user from scanning without having to disable the scanner, which can take longer. By default the trigger will be connected when the scanner is first enabled, you do not have to connect it separately. Please note that disconnecting the trigger will also prevent the start method from emitting a laser. This property will only affect the scanner and will have no effect on the ‘captureTrigger’ API.

    (Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Default: true

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.triggerConnected
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.triggerConnected
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.triggerConnected

    trioptic39 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Trioptic 39 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.trioptic39
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.trioptic39
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.trioptic39

    trioptic39Redundancy : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the Trioptic 39 Redundancy property, if set the barcode must be decoded twice before being accepted. This will slow scanning but improve reliability.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.trioptic39Redundancy
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.trioptic39Redundancy
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.trioptic39Redundancy

    ukPostal : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for UK Postal barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.ukPostal
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.ukPostal
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.ukPostal

    ukPostalReportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned UK Postal barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.ukPostalReportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.ukPostalReportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.ukPostalReportCheckDigit

    upcEanBookland : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    Enables or disables decoding of UPC EAN Bookland barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanBookland
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanBookland
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanBookland

    upcEanBooklandFormat : STRING 1.0.0

    Specifies the bookland format to use when decoding UPC EAN Bookland barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.BOOKLAND_ISBN10 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: isbn10

    Causes 978 bookland barcodes to be reported in 10 digit mode.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.BOOKLAND_ISBN13 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: isbn13

    Causes 978/979 bookland barcodes to be transmitted as EAN13 as per 2007 ISBN-13 protocol.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanBooklandFormat
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanBooklandFormat
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanBooklandFormat

    upcEanConvertGs1dataBarToUpcEan : BOOLEAN 2.1.0

    If true, RSS barcodes will be converted to UPC/EAN format. For this setting to work UPC/EAN symbologies must be enabled.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanConvertGs1dataBarToUpcEan
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanConvertGs1dataBarToUpcEan
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanConvertGs1dataBarToUpcEan

    upcEanCoupon : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables decoding of UPC EAN Coupon barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanCoupon
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanCoupon
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanCoupon

    upcEanLinearDecode : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Sets the linear decode property.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanLinearDecode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanLinearDecode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanLinearDecode

    upcEanRandomWeightCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, enables random weight check digit verification.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanRandomWeightCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanRandomWeightCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanRandomWeightCheckDigit

    upcEanRetryCount : INTEGER 1.0.0

    Sets the retry count for auto-discriminating for supplementals. The value must be between 2 – 20 inclusive.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanRetryCount
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanRetryCount
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanRetryCount

    upcEanSecurityLevel : INTEGER 2.0.0

    Sets the Security level for decoding UPC EAN barcodes and accepts a value between 0 and 3 inclusive. 0: This setting allows the scanner to operate in its most aggressive state, while providing sufficient security in decoding most ‘in-spec’ barcodes. 1: This setting eliminates most mis-decodes. 2: Select this option if security level 1 fails to eliminate mis-decodes. 3: Select this option if security level 1 and 2 fail to eliminate mis-decodes. Be advised that selecting level 3 is an extreme measure against mis-decoding and will significantly impair the decoding ability of the scanner.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanSecurityLevel
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanSecurityLevel
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanSecurityLevel

    upcEanSupplemental2 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, enables the supplemental barcode decoding. Note you must have upcEanSupplementalMode:always set for this parameter to take effect.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanSupplemental2
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanSupplemental2
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanSupplemental2

    upcEanSupplemental5 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, enables the supplemental barcode decoding. Note you must have upcEanSupplementalMode:always set for this parameter to take effect.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanSupplemental5
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanSupplemental5
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanSupplemental5

    upcEanSupplementalMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Describes the UPC EAN Supplemental mode.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    Supplementals are ignored.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_AUTO (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: auto

    Auto-discriminates supplementals.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_ALWAYS (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: always

    Will not decode upc/ean without supplementals.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_SMART (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: smart

    The decoder will return the decoded value of the main block right away if it does not belong to any of the supplemental types. If the barcode starts with one of the prefixes it will search the image more aggressively for a supplemental. The scanner will try to scan the supplemental if it is present but if that fails, the main barcode will be returned.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_379 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: 378or379

    Auto-discriminates supplemental for upc/ean codes starting with 378 or 379. Will disable reading of supplementals for any other upc/ean barcodes not starting with these values. The supplemental will be scanned if present but if scanning fails then the main barcode will be returned.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_979 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: 978or979

    Auto-discriminates supplemental for upc/ean codes starting with 978 or 979. Will disable reading of supplementals for any other upc/ean barcodes not starting with these values. The supplemental will be scanned if present but if scanning fails then the main barcode will be returned.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCEAN_439 (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: 414or419or434or439

    Auto-discriminates supplemental for upc/ean codes starting with 414 or 419 or 434 or 439. Will disable reading of supplementals for any other upc/ean barcodes not starting with these values. The supplemental will be scanned if present but if scanning fails then the main barcode will be returned.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcEanSupplementalMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcEanSupplementalMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcEanSupplementalMode

    upca : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for UPCA barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upca
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upca
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upca

    upcaPreamble : STRING 1.0.0

    Controls the preamble applied to the UPCA barcode.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCA_PREAMBLE_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    Applies no preamble to the bar code.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCA_PREAMBLE_SYSTEMCHAR (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: systemChar

    Applies system character preamble to the bar code.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCA_PREAMBLE_COUNTRY (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: countryAndSystemChars

    Applies both system and country code preamble to the bar code.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcaPreamble
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcaPreamble
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcaPreamble

    upcaReportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned UPCA barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upcaReportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upcaReportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upcaReportCheckDigit

    upce0 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for UPCE0 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce0
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce0
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce0

    upce0convertToUpca : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, scanned UPCE0 barcodes will be converted to UPCA and UPCA parameters used.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce0convertToUpca
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce0convertToUpca
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce0convertToUpca

    upce0preamble : STRING 1.0.0

    Controls the preamble applied to the UPCE0 barcode.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCE0_PREAMBLE_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    Applies no preamble to the bar code.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCE0_PREAMBLE_SYSTEMCHAR (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: systemChar

    Applies system character preamble to the bar code.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCE0_PREAMBLE_COUNTRY (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: countryAndSystemChars

    Applies both system and country code preamble to the bar code.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce0preamble
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce0preamble
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce0preamble

    upce0reportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned UPCE0 barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce0reportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce0reportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce0reportCheckDigit

    upce1 : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for UPCE1 barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce1
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce1
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce1

    upce1convertToUpca : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, scanned UPCE1 barcodes will be converted to UPCA and UPCA parameters used.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce1convertToUpca
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce1convertToUpca
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce1convertToUpca

    upce1preamble : STRING 1.0.0

    Controls the preamble applied to the UPCE1 barcode.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCE1_PREAMBLE_NONE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: none

    Applies no preamble to the bar code.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCE1_PREAMBLE_SYSTEMCHAR (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: systemChar

    Applies system character preamble to the bar code.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.UPCE1_PREAMBLE_COUNTRY (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: countryAndSystemChars

    Applies both system and country code preamble to the bar code.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce1preamble
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce1preamble
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce1preamble

    upce1reportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned UPCE1 barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.upce1reportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.upce1reportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.upce1reportCheckDigit

    us4state : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for US 4-State barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.us4state
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.us4state
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.us4state

    us4stateFics : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for US 4-State FICS barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.us4stateFics
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.us4stateFics
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.us4stateFics

    usPlanet : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for US Planet barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.usPlanet
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.usPlanet
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.usPlanet

    usPlanetReportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned US Planet barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.usPlanetReportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.usPlanetReportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.usPlanetReportCheckDigit

    usPostNet : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for US Post Net barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.usPostNet
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.usPostNet
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.usPostNet

    usPostNetReportCheckDigit : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    When true, the barcode check digit(s) will be reported for scanned US Post Net barcodes.

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.usPostNetReportCheckDigit
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.usPostNetReportCheckDigit
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.usPostNetReportCheckDigit

    viewfinderFeedback : STRING 1.0.0

    Configures the feedback given after a successful scan. This value is ignored if aimType is set to continuousRead and no feedback will be given. Not supported on Android with EMDK version 3.1 and above.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VF_FEEDBACK_ENABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: enabled

    The last image that was successfully decoded is displayed. The time for which the image is displayed can be configured by the viewfinderFeedbackTime parameter.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VF_FEEDBACK_DISABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: disabled

    No feedback is given in the viewfinder after a successful decode.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VF_FEEDBACK_RETICLE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: reticle

    The last image that was successfully decoded is displayed along with a red reticle in the center of the image. The time for which the image is displayed can be configured by the viewfinderFeedbackTime parameter.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderFeedback
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderFeedback
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderFeedback

    viewfinderFeedbackTime : INTEGER 1.0.0

    If the viewfinderFeedback:enabled or viewfinderFeedback:reticle are applied then the decoded barcode will remain on the screen for this duration, specified in milliseconds. Not supported on Android with EMDK version 3.1 and above.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderFeedbackTime
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderFeedbackTime
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderFeedbackTime

    viewfinderHeight : INTEGER 1.0.0

    When scanning a barcode using a Camera scanner the viewfinder preview window will be this number of pixels in height. The images displayed in the viewfinder will be scaled as appropriate.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderHeight
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderHeight
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderHeight

    viewfinderMode : STRING 1.0.0

    Configures the mode of the scanner viewfinder window. This attribute is not supported on all Scanners and will interact with the picklistMode parameter, see the EMDK for C help file for more information.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Possible Values (STRING):

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VIEWFINDER_ENABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: enabled

    Only the viewfinder is enabled (not the reticle). Displays a viewfinder on the screen showing the image being captured by the camera.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VIEWFINDER_DISABLED (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: disabled

    The viewfinder will not be displayed during aiming or scanning.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VIEWFINDER_STATIC_RETICLE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: staticReticle

    Displays the viewfinder as well as draws a red reticle in the center of the image which helps with tracking the barcode.

    Constant: Rho.Barcode.VIEWFINDER_DYNAMIC_RETICLE (For Ruby use "::" for all "." when referencing constants)
    String: dynamicReticle

    Displays the viewfinder as well as draws a red reticle in the center of the image. If the barcode in the image is ‘decodable’ the reticle turns green to indicate this. This mode requires a second trigger press to decode the barcode after the reticle turns green. Not supported on Android.

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderMode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderMode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderMode

    viewfinderWidth : INTEGER 1.0.0

    When scanning a barcode using a Camera scanner the viewfinder preview window will be this number of pixels wide. The images displayed in the viewfinder will be scaled as appropriate.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderWidth
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderWidth
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderWidth

    viewfinderX : INTEGER 1.0.0

    When scanning a barcode using a Camera scanner the viewfinder preview window will appear this number of pixels from the left hand side of the screen. The images displayed in the viewfinder will be scaled as appropriate.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderX
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderX
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderX

    viewfinderY : INTEGER 1.0.0

    When scanning a barcode using a Camera scanner the viewfinder preview window will appear this number of pixels from the top of the screen. The images displayed in the viewfinder will be scaled as appropriate.

    (Camera Scanners on Symbol Technologies' devices)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.viewfinderY
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.viewfinderY
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.viewfinderY

    webcode : BOOLEAN 1.0.0

    Enables or disables the symbology for Webcode barcodes. If your application does not expect to scan this symbology you should disable it to improve scanning performance. Deprecated in Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.webcode
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.webcode
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.webcode

    webcodeDecodeGtSubtype : BOOLEAN 2.0.0

    If true, the GT Webcode subtype will be decoded. Deprecated in Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

    (Not all scanning engines support all symbologies or all symbology properties)

    Property Access:

    • Instance: This property can be accessed via an instance object of this class:
      • myObject.webcodeDecodeGtSubtype
    • Default Instance: This property can be accessed via the default instance object of this class.
      • JavaScript: Rho.Barcode.webcodeDecodeGtSubtype
      • Ruby: Rho::Barcode.webcodeDecodeGtSubtype

    Examples

    Scan barcodes with the default scanner

    Getting started with barcode scanning is very straightforward. If you do not need to customize the defaults, you need very little code.

    function scan_using_default_scanner(){
      // Scan with default options
      Rho.Barcode.take({}, scan_received);
    }
    
    function scan_received(params){
      // Did we actually find a barcode ?
      // If status is not 'ok', the scan was canceled
    
        if (params["status"]=="ok") {
            alert('Barcode scanning complete. Scanned barcode: '+params["barcode"]);
        } else {
            alert('Barcode scanning aborted');
        }
        Rho.Barcode.stop();
    }
                       
                     
    def scan_using_default_scanner
      # Scan with default options
      Rho::Barcode.take({}, url_for(:action => :scan_received))
    end
    
    def scan_received
      # Did we actually find a barcode ?
      # If status is not 'ok', the scan was canceled
      if @params["status"] == "ok"
        Rho::Log.info(@params["barcode"],"Barcode result")
      else
        Rho::Log.info("canceled", "Barcode result")
      end
    end
                       
                     
    Select which scanner to use

    By default, Rho::Barcode will select a hardware scanner if present on the device. If you want to let the user choose which scanner to use at any particular time, you must enumerate the available scanners and select one from the set.

    var scanners;
    
    function choose_scanner(){
    
      // Enumerate returns an array of scanner objects
      // Devices without a hardware scanner will return a software-based recognizer
      scanners = Rho.Barcode.enumerate();
    }
    
    function scan_using_chosen_scanner(scanner_index) {
        var scanner = scanners[scanner_index];
        scanner.take({}, scan_received_callback);
    }
    
    function scan_received_callback(params){
      // Did we actually find a barcode?
      // If status is not 'ok' the scan is canceled
      if (params["status"]=="ok") {
                alert('Barcode scanning complete. Scanned barcode: '+params["barcode"]);
            } else {
                alert('Barcode scanning aborted');
            }
            Rho.Barcode.stop();
    }
                       
                     
    # ---------------
    # controller.rb
    # ---------------
    
    def choose_scanner
      # Obtain list of available scanners on the system. Devices without a hardware scanner will return a software-based recognizer
      $scanners = Rho::Barcode.enumerate
      render
    end
    
    def scan_using_chosen_scanner
      # receive an integer as parameter, which represent the number of the scanner we wish to use
      scanner = $scanners[@params["scannerIndex"].to_i]
      scanner.take({}, url_for(:action => :scan_received_callback))
    end
    
    def scan_received_callback
      # Did we actually find a barcode ?
      # If status is not 'ok', the scan was canceled
      if @params["status"] == "ok"
        Rho::Log.info(@params["barcode"],"Barcode result")
      else
        Rho::Log.info("canceled", "Barcode result")
      end
    end
    
    
    # ---------------
    # choose_scanner.erb
    # ---------------
    <ul data-role="listview">
      <% $scanners.each_with_index do |scanner, index| %>
        <li><a href="<%= url_for(:action => :scan_using_chosen_scanner, :query => {:scanner_index => index}) %>"><%= scanner.friendlyName %></li>
      <% end %>
    </ul>
                       
                     
    Set recognized symbologies

    Specify which symbologies the barcode scanner must recognize.

    // For the purpose of this example, let's say our application only needs to recognize one type of barcode.
    // In that case, we will disable all decoders...
    Rho.Barcode.allDecoders = false;
    // ... and enable only the one we are interested in:
    Rho.Barcode.upca = true;
    // All other barcode symbologies will be ignored
    Rho.Barcode.take({}, scan_received_callback);
                       
                     
    # For the purpose of this example, let's say our application only needs to recognize one type of barcode.
    # In that case, we will disable all decoders...
    Rho::Barcode.allDecoders = false
    # ... and enable only the one we are interested in:
    Rho::Barcode.upca = true
    # All other barcode symbologies will be ignored
    Rho::Barcode.take({}, url_for(:action => :scan_received_callback))
    
                       
                     
    Control scanner properties

    Examples of setting barcode scanner properties.

    // There are over 200 properties to fine-tune the barcode scanner functionality and adapt it to suit your application.
    // Almost all properties depend on the scanner hardware for support, please check the documentation to see if your device
    // supports a particular setting
    
    // Here are examples of setting some of the properties. The documentation lists the acceptable values for each of them
    
    // Aiming mode (visual cue):
    Rho.Barcode.aimMode = "none";
    Rho.Barcode.aimMode = "dot";
    Rho.Barcode.aimMode = "slab";
    Rho.Barcode.aimMode = "reticle";
    
    // Aiming type (processing mode):
    Rho.Barcode.aimType = "trigger";
    Rho.Barcode.aimType = "timedHold";
    Rho.Barcode.aimType = "timedRelease";
    Rho.Barcode.aimType = "presentation";
    Rho.Barcode.aimType = "pressAndRelease";
    Rho.Barcode.aimType = "continuousRead";
    
    // Generate an "Enter" keypress after a barcode is recognized. Useful for sending forms automatically after a scan
    Rho.Barcode.autoEnter = true;
    
    // Select the beam width of the scanner (only supported on some devices)
    Rho.Barcode.beamWidth = "normal";
    Rho.Barcode.beamWidth = "narrow";
    Rho.Barcode.beamWidth = "wide";
                       
                     
    # There are over 200 properties to fine-tune the barcode scanner functionality and adapt it to suit your application.
    # Almost all properties depend on the scanner hardware for support, please check the documentation to see if your device
    # supports a particular setting
    
    # Here are examples of setting some of the properties. The documentation lists the acceptable values for each of them
    
    # Aiming mode (visual cue):
    Rho::Barcode.aimMode = "none"
    Rho::Barcode.aimMode = "dot"
    Rho::Barcode.aimMode = "slab"
    Rho::Barcode.aimMode = "reticle"
    
    # Aiming type (processing mode):
    Rho::Barcode.aimType = "trigger"
    Rho::Barcode.aimType = "timedHold"
    Rho::Barcode.aimType = "timedRelease"
    Rho::Barcode.aimType = "presentation"
    Rho::Barcode.aimType = "pressAndRelease"
    Rho::Barcode.aimType = "continuousRead"
    
    # Generate an "Enter" keypress after a barcode is recognized. Useful for sending forms automatically after a scan
    Rho::Barcode.autoEnter = true
    
    # Select the beam width of the scanner (only supported on some devices)
    Rho::Barcode.beamWidth = "normal"
    Rho::Barcode.beamWidth = "narrow"
    Rho::Barcode.beamWidth = "wide"
                       
                     
    Change audible options

    You can customize or eliminate the beep that the device emits when a barcode is recognized. Support and valid ranges for these values depend on the device.

    // Maximum volume (default)
    Rho.Barcode.decodeVolume = 5;
    // Low-pitched sound
    Rho.Barcode.decodeFrequency = 1000;
    // One-second long
    Rho.Barcode.decodeDuration = 1000;
    
    Rho.Barcode.take({}, scan_received_callback);
                       
                     
    # Maximum volume (default)
    Rho::Barcode.decodeVolume = 5
    # Low-pitched sound
    Rho::Barcode.decodeFrequency = 1000
    # One-second long
    Rho::Barcode.decodeDuration = 1000
    
    Rho::Barcode.take({}, url_for(:action => :scan_received_callback))
                       
                     

    Remarks

    Bluetooth Scanner Overview

    Once associated with the Device a Bluetooth Scanner will remain associated even after losing the BT connection. In order to associate a different Bluetooth scanner with the device it is necessary to scan the ‘unpairing’ barcode and then invoke the ‘disabled’ method followed by the ‘enabled’ method, this will allow you to scan the BT association barcode with a different scanner. You can override this default behavior using the disconnectBtOnDisable property.

    The following messages will be received from the Bluetooth Scanner in the bluetoothStatus event:

    ‘BTScanAssociationBarcode’

    Means the device is ready to be associated with a BT scanner. You must scan the association barcode. It is only necessary to scan the association barcode when you first associate a scanner with the device, this pairing will be remembered until you scan the unpairing barcode.

    ‘BluetoothConnected’

    The remote scanner has successfully connected to the device.

    ‘BluetoothDisconnected’

    The remote scanner has become disconnected from the device, this may be due to loss of battery, being out of range or scanning the ‘unpairing’ barcode. The scanner will attempt to reconnect automatically for a period of time once it regains power or goes out of range, if it fails to reconnect after the specified timeout the reconnect button on the device should be pushed. Once the unpairing barcode is scanned it is necessary to disable the scanner and then re-enable it before another scanner can be associated.

    Viewfinder Position Parameters

    On Symbol Technologies' scanners the scanner viewfinder window is not infinitely resizable, when setting ViewFinderX, ViewFinderY, ViewFinderWidth and ViewFinderHeight ensure you do not exceed the size of the screen and it is recommended to use the same aspect ratio as your device. For applications designed to handle screen rotation it is recommended to use a scan window whose longest side will fit within both the screen width and screen height. If your viewfinder position fails to be applied it is recommended you query your log file to see which parameter is causing trouble, or reposition the window away from the edges of the screen.

    Scanning and Camera Interaction

    In some device configurations the scanner and camera share the same hardware. Where two modules share the same physical hardware they cannot be enabled simultaneously, in this circumstance once the scanner is enabled it must be disabled before the camera can be used, and vice versa.

    Get Scanner Properties

    On WM/CE, it is first necessary to enable the scanner before most of the properties can be retrieved. The case of scanner properties will differ across platforms. On WM/CE, some of the scanner properties are not exposed to set but can be retrieved. On Android, only supported scanner properties can be retrieved in “getAllProperties” method.

    Set Scanner Properties

    On WM/CE, for some properties, it is first necessary to apply those properties before enabling the scanner.

    Android Camera Barcode limitation

    As google barcode scanning library(Zxing library) supported only in Landscape mode. Barcode scanning window only appears at centre of screen in Landscape mode.

    DataWedge Interaction With Native Apps

    In order to use the scanner with RhoElements Native Apps you will need to either disable DataWedge or create a DataWedge profile for your app. Disabling Datawedge

    1. Start the DataWedge app
    2. Click the menu button > “Settings” and untick “DataWedge enabled”.

    RhoElements Datawedge Profile

    1. Install your RhoElements native app,
    2. Start the DataWedge app
    3. Click the menu button > “New Profile” and enter a name,
    4. Click on the link to the new profile in the profile list,
    5. Click on “Associated apps” in the “Applications” section,
    6. Click the menu button > “New app/activity”,
    7. Select the package name for your app,
    8. Select “*”,
    9. Click the “Back” capacitive button,
    10. Make sure the “Profile enabled” checkbox is ticked.
    11. Uncheck all three “Enabled” checkboxes under the sections of: “Barcode input”, “Keystroke output” and “Intent output”.