I was able to connect my BCD436HP over the serial port to a Chrome browser-based application I created and was able to display the scanner information to the screen. Since this is a Chrome App, it 'should' work on either Mac or Windows. The only requirement seems to be that you have Google Chrome browser installed and a Google account in order to download from the Chrome Web Store.
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I have been running this app several times over the last couple weeks on my Mac with no issues. Have also tested some on Windows with VMWare and everything seems to be working.
This app polls the scanner over the serial port and displays the information returned. Save print area in excel for mac download. It has a hit counter to easily see which sites are the most active. Text-to-speech is also available and it will speak the channel text when there is a hit.
The font-size increases as you take the window fullscreen if you need to see it from a distance. Since I have only tested this on my 436, I am holding off making this app searchable on the web store for the general public. However, for anyone in this forum that wants to test it, here is a direct link to the application in the store. For now, it's called Scanner Monitor. This app currently only has a limited set of features, but I would like to get some feedback and curious if it also works with the BCD536HP. I uploaded an updated version to the Chrome store to hide the overlapping text on long names until I have a better solution in place. One good thing is that everyone should automatically get the update once it is available (generally in about an hour).
The app would need to be restarted if it was already running. The Chrome browser should have an Apps icon in order to see all your apps. You can also go to: chrome://apps/ in your browser. Glad to see it also runs on the Chromebook. EDIT: It updated for me the next time I restarted my Chrome browser. For the 436 and 536 I used the GLG command for the HP-1 I used the RMTtabStatustabchecksum command Both return the results in a comma delimited format so it is easy to parse and grab elements.
I am hoping in the next firmware of the 436 and the 536 they will fully implement the RMT commands that way I can cleanly grab the UID. Ios app stor download for mac desktop. The Scanner Monitor app has been updated to also include HP-1 models. After clicking the Connect button, it first checks to see if the connected device is a BCDx36HP model. If not, then it attempts to communicate using the HP-1 commands. Since I don't have an HP-1, I wasn't able to verify that functionality yet. For those who may want to try it that don't have it installed - here is the link. If you already have it installed, the update went through this morning.
May have to restart Chrome browser if it hasn't been restarted since then. Not sure how often Chrome checks in the background to get the latest version of an app.
- суббота 23 февраля