1. Charging/Battery LED
2. Good Read LED
3. Data LED
4. Scan/Power Button
5. Delete/Reset Button
6. Function Button/Function LED
7. Micro USB Port
8. Product Label
9. Scan Window (Remove protective sticker before use).
Connecting the Scanner.
When the scanner has been charged power it on by pressing and holding the scan button for three seconds. The function button near the bottom of the scanner will slowly blink blue indicating that the scanner is in Bluetooth mode and ready to pair.
Scan the barcode below off the screen to ensure that the scanner is in it's factory settings.
The scanner will emit a series of beeps and power off. After a few moments it will power up again and beep three times.
Open the settings app from the Home screen of your iPad.
Tap on 'Bluetooth'.
After a few moments you'll see the scanner listed below 'Other Devices' as 'BS80+xxxx'.
Tap on that to pair the scanner with your iPad. The scanner will make three beeps and the function button will turn solid blue. In the iPad's Bluetooth settings the scanner will now be shown as connected.
Next scan the two barcodes below one after the other off the screen. The scanner will emit three beeps when each barcode is successfully scanned.
For your convenience you can download these barcodes as a PDF from the link below.
Newland Scanner Firmware Barcodes
The scanner is now connected to your iPad and ready to scan product barcodes in the AirPOS POS application.
NB: The scanner will power off after 30 minutes of inactivity or you can turn it off by scanning the 'Power Off' barcode on page 2 of the Quick Start booklet that comes with the scanner.
If you press the Delete/Reset Button + Function Button (5 & 6) at the same time the scanner will be unpaired with the iPad and be discoverable by other Bluetooth devices. The scanner will emit a series of beeps and the function light (6) will slowly blink blue indicating that it is ready to pair.