Also enter the OCR template:
Enable the OCR-A font, then scan the following string:
The imager performs the following check character computation:
Since the result is zero, the message is considered to be valid, so the reader
outputs the message: 6512351
Programming a User-Defined Check Character
1. Scan the Enter OCR Check Character barcode, below.
2. Enter the characters in order. For each character, look up the corresponding
hex value from the
scan the two symbols for each hex value.
3. Scan the Save barcode on the inside back cover.
Example: To program the modulo 11 check character from example #8 on
Character barcode on
After you enter all the desired hex values, scan the Save barcode on the
inside back cover of this manual.
By default, the check character computation is unweighted. It is possible to use
one of two weighted modulo 10 schemes. Weighting is often used to detect if
two neighboring characters are transposed, a common error when an operator
keys in data.
(6 + 5 + 1 + 2 +3 + 5 + 1 + X) modulo 11 = 0
Enter OCR Check Character
ASCII Conversion Chart (Code Page
on the inside the back cover of this manual to
9-8, enable the OCR-A font. Scan the Enter OCR Check
9-9, then scan the following hex values
1252), page A-4.
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