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How to configure the device to USB pre software install.

Configuring the iSC250 for USB-Serial Mode (USB Enabled Terminals with Included USB Cable)

Step-by-step guide

  1. a. Reboot the iSC250
    b. Hold the [-] and [Clear (Yellow)] buttons until the device makes a beep tone and then release the buttons.

  2. Wait for the Telium Operating System to complete the boot sequence.
    (No operator actions are required during this step)
     

  3. Wait for the Telium Manager to finish initialization. Get ready to quickly perform the key sequence in the next step.
    (No operator actions are performed during this step)
     

  4. Enter the Telium Manager Access Code
    a. As soon as this screen appears, IMMEDIATELY press the following 4-digit key sequence [2], [6], [3], [4] followed by the [Enter] key.
    NOTE: Failing to enter the code in a timely manner will prevent access to the Telium Manager configuration application. If this should occur, repeat steps 1-4 until the screen displayed in step 5 appears.
    If USB-CDC does not appear on the last line of the screen, the device will need to be configured for USB mode (Steps 9-10)
     

  5. The device will display ‘Press + for menu’
    a. Press the [+] key to display the menu.
    NOTE: If you failed to enter the 4-digit code quickly enough during the previous step, this screen will not be currently displayed on your terminal. If this should occur, simply repeat steps 1-4 until this screen appears.
     

  6. Select the TDA function
    a. Press the TDA menu option on the touch screen (you can use the attached stylus or your finger or press the [3] key as a shortcut).
    NOTE: If you accidentally select the wrong touch screen option, press the yellow clear button or the red cancel button to return the menu prompt in Step 5. If you are unable to return to this screen for any reason repeat steps 1-6.
     

  7. Enter the Configuration Menu
    a. Press the [0] key on the terminal keypad to enter the Configuration menu.
    NOTE: If you accidentally select the wrong menu item, press the yellow clear button or the red cancel button to return the menu prompt in Step 5. If you are unable to return to this screen for any reason repeat steps 1-7.
     

  8. Enter the Communication Menu
    a. Press the [0] key on the terminal keypad to enter the Communication menu.
    NOTE: If you accidentally select the wrong menu item, press the yellow clear button or the red cancel button to return the menu prompt in Step 5. If you are unable to return to this screen for any reason repeat steps 1-8.
     

  9. Enter the Communications Type Menu
    a. Press the [0] key on the terminal keypad to enter the Communication Type menu.
    NOTE: If you accidentally select the wrong menu item, press the yellow clear button or the red cancel button to return the menu prompt in Step 5. If you are unable to return to this screen for any reason repeat steps 1-8.
     

  10. Configure USB Serial Communication Mode
    a. Press the [4] key on the terminal keypad to select USB Serial Communication as the desired communication method.
    b. Press the red Cancel key to return to the Communication menu (previous screen).
    NOTE: If you accidentally select the wrong menu item, press the yellow clear button or the red cancel button to return the menu prompt in Step 5. If you are unable to return to this screen for any reason repeat steps 1-10.
     

  11. Exit The Communication Menu
    a. Press the red Cancel key on the terminal keypad to exit the Communication Menu.
     

  12. Exit The Configuration Menu
    a. Press the red Cancel key on the terminal keypad to exit the Configuration Menu.
     

  13. Save Changes and Reboot
    a. Press the [1] key on the terminal keypad to save all configuration changes and reboot the terminal.
    NOTE: If for any reason you are unable to return to this menu repeat steps 1-13.
     

  14. Wait for the Telium Operating System to complete the re-boot sequence.
    (No operator actions are required during this step)
     

  15. Verify Changes Were Saved After Reboot
    a. Verify that the terminal is properly configured for USB serial mode by checking that “USB-CDC” appears on the last line during the Retail Base information screen.
    NOTE: If for any reason the settings were not correctly saved repeat steps 1-15.
     

The numbers on the device may be different pay attention to the name.

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