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 ===== Pole Display POS-X XP8200U ===== ===== Pole Display POS-X XP8200U =====
  
-The Pole display is USB but will emulate a serial device once the drivers are installed. First, download and install the XP8200 Virtual COM Driver which will allow you to configure the port settings to be used for the device. ​+The Pole display is USB but will emulate a serial device once the drivers are installed. ​\\ 
 +First, download and install the XP8200 Virtual COM Driver which will allow you to configure the port settings to be used for the device. ​
  
 https://​pos-x.com/​download/​xp8200-virtual-com-driver/​ https://​pos-x.com/​download/​xp8200-virtual-com-driver/​
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 If your serial number is equal to or greater than BEAT290910 choose XP8200_Virtual_COM_Driver_V3.exe driver.\\ If your serial number is equal to or greater than BEAT290910 choose XP8200_Virtual_COM_Driver_V3.exe driver.\\
  
-Once installed, you may need to unplug the USB cable from the USB Port wait a few seconds and then plug it back in again for Windows to detect it.  +Once installed, you may need to unplug the USB cable from the USB Port wait a few seconds and then plug it back in again for Windows to detect it. \\ 
-Open control panel and Verify which COM Port the Prolific USB to Serial driver is using. The default is 3 unless that port is already assigned to another device. ​+Open control panel and Verify which COM Port the Prolific USB to Serial driver is using. ​\\ 
 +The default is 3 unless that port is already assigned to another device. ​
  
  
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 If your serial number is equal to or greater than BEAT290910 choose V3 utility. \\ If your serial number is equal to or greater than BEAT290910 choose V3 utility. \\
  
-Once you extract the utility, run the VFD_Setup.exe file. This will allow you to set the Pole Display in a number of different configuration settings. \\+Once you extract the utility, run the VFD_Setup.exe file. \\ 
 +This will allow you to set the Pole Display in a number of different configuration settings. \\
  
 {{ :​pos_x:​xp8200u_pole1.jpg |}} \\ {{ :​pos_x:​xp8200u_pole1.jpg |}} \\
  
 To work correctly set the Pole display'​s Command Mode to DSP-800. \\ To work correctly set the Pole display'​s Command Mode to DSP-800. \\
-Once you select it from the dropdown, click the Download Settings To VFD button to have the DSP-800 settings uploaded to the Pole Display. You should get a popup saying it was successful. +Once you select it from the dropdown, click the Download Settings To VFD button to have the DSP-800 settings uploaded to the Pole Display. You should get a popup saying it was successful. ​\\ 
-Close the utility and open System Five.+Close the utility and open System Five. \\
 In the POS Device Manager, go to the Pole Display tab.\\ In the POS Device Manager, go to the Pole Display tab.\\
  
 {{ :​pos_x:​xp8200u_pole1.jpg |}} \\ {{ :​pos_x:​xp8200u_pole1.jpg |}} \\
  
-Set the Port settings to the correct COM Port. As mentioned before, the default is 3 unless that port is already assigned to another device. ​Customer ​I was working with had devices using COM 3 on some machines, so rather than having some on COM3 and some on COM4 we just set them all to COM4 in Windows to keep everything the same on all Workstations. \\+Set the Port settings to the correct COM Port. As mentioned before, the default is 3 unless that port is already assigned to another device. ​The workstations ​I was working with had devices using COM 3 on some machines, so rather than having some on COM3 and some on COM4, I just set them all to COM4 in Windows to keep everything the same on all Workstations. \\
 Set the Display Width to 20 because these are 20 character displays. \\ Set the Display Width to 20 because these are 20 character displays. \\
 Set the Pole Display Model to DSP-800 \\ Set the Pole Display Model to DSP-800 \\
faq/ibc_equipment_setup.txt · Last modified: 2020/02/19 14:09 by swind