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9 Reasons Why You Can’t Afford Not to Invest in Mobile Power Solutions for Your Distribution Center

Posted April 16, 2015

2015-04-15_17251. Solutions for Every Scenario

You can’t afford not to implement solutions for your warehouse challenges. Whatever the particular challenge is at your nationwide fulfillment centers, your 1 million square foot warehouse, your 24/7 distribution center, or your manufacturing plant, mobile power solutions are available to:

  • Streamline your processes
  • Help your employees accomplish the most each shift
  • Ensure exceptional, on-time customer service

No matter what your facility’s particular needs may be, there are viable solutions available via the implementation of customized power workstations. Whether your particular situation is similar to those Newcastle Systems customers experienced, or it’s a one-of-a-kind challenge, there is an affordable, doable, and easy solution.

The following scenarios depict companies which are ‘stuck’ or are growing, and the solutions they’ve implemented:
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Case Study: College Retailer Says “RAH-RAH-RAH” to Sleek Custom POS Imagers

Posted April 15, 2015

Motorola DS4801-SR4U0000SGNFans of the Oregon State Beavers know that, when the score is close, a few yards on the gridiron can become very valuable real estate, indeed. But on game days, some of the most valuable retail real estate in Oregon is actually just across the street from Reser Stadium – in the OSU Beaver Store.

Beaver games can bring as many as 45,000 fans to the stadium and many of them will make their way to the Beaver Store to buy licensed gear and apparel. During the four hour game rush, the store typically processes between 3,000 – 4,000 transactions at its 22 cash registers.

“Generally, our customers are in good humor on game days, but moving efficiently is the key to keeping them that way,” says Torsten Pihl, I.S. Coordinator for the Beaver Store. “They line up out the doors, running a gauntlet of crowd control stanchions and registers. If we can save even just a few seconds on each transaction, we can maximize sales while the crowds are here, while keeping our fans and alumni happy.” So as they have many times before, the Beaver Store called on Zebra.
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Honeywell Simplifies Healthcare Scanning with the New Enhanced Xenon 1902h

Posted April 14, 2015

Honeywell Enhanced Xenon 1902h ScannerWhen Every Minute Counts, Easy-To-Use Mobile Technology Allows Nurses To Streamline Bedside Care

As mobile devices continue to make their way into the hands of nurses across hospitals and doctor’s offices, Honeywell’s full healthcare solutions suite designed with nurses and medical professionals in mind will be on display at HIMSS, April 12−16, in booth #3017 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.

Designed specifically to aid nurses and medical professionals in improving their workflows, Honeywell’s new Enhanced Xenon 1902h Wireless Area-Imaging Scanner, which builds upon its sixth-generation Adaptus area-imaging technology, is the company’s newest solution to drive improved operations in patient care.
Unrivaled Scanning Performance and New Nighttime Features

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Zebra Launches their New RFD8500 UHF RFID Sled for Mobile Devices

Posted April 10, 2015

rfd8500Zebra is excited to announce the RFD8500, a high performance Bluetooth UHF RFID/Scanner sled. With the RFD8500, you can empower select Zebra and compatible third-party mobile devices, smartphone’s and tablets with enterprise-class UHF RFID and 1D/2D bar code scanning technology, whenever and wherever you need it — simply, easily and cost-effectively.

Just pair this Bluetooth-enabled sled with your mobile device and attach the mobile device to the RFD8500 for single handed RFID reader operation — or put the mobile device in a pocket or holster and use the RFD8500 in standalone mode. With support for Android, iOS, and Windows, you get real investment protection — the RFD8500 sleds you buy today will work with the devices you use now, and in the future.

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Star’s WebPRNT Browser Now Available on the iTunes App Store and Google Play

Posted April 8, 2015

webprnt browser 2015-03-24 at 4.26.14 pmStar has released its WebPRNT Browser to extend Star’s WebPRNT technology for web based receipt printing to customers using Star’s portable and desktop receipt printers in a mobile environment using Bluetooth connectivity.

Star’s WebPRNT Browser allows you to print receipts or data from a web browser-based application running on a mobile device to a Star Bluetooth printer wirelessly. To begin, configure Star’s WebPRNT Browser to open the desired web-based application which supports WebPRNT and print to the desired Bluetooth printer. Once configured, the user simply pairs their mobile device to a Star Bluetooth printer, opens the application on Star’s WebPRNT Browser and prints from the application. Easy to set up for both application developers and end users, Star’s WebPRNT Browser combines the utility of WebPRNT’s webbased receipt printing technology with the simplicity of Bluetooth connectivity.

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SATO Introduces CL6NX Next-genertion 6-inch Industrial Thermal Label Printer

Posted April 7, 2015

SATO CL6NXSATO announced today the launch of the new CL6NX, a 6-inch industrial thermal label printer designed for intuitive operation, easy integration and industrial strength durability. The CL6NX is ideal for manufacturing, warehousing, supply chain logistics, healthcare, retail, and is easily configurable and scalable for global deployments.

The NX Series represents SATO’s next generation of thermal printers with advanced support for barcode symbologies, character sets and communication interfaces. A product of SATO’s global research and development network, the NX Series incorporates value-added features in a world-class design to deliver a printing solution that goes beyond expectations.

“The CL6NX builds on the success of the CL4NX, which was a game-changer for both SATO and the industry. The NX Series’ advanced technology and innovative features redefine the standard for the next generation of industrial printers,” said Noriyasu Yamada, Chief Product Planning Officer at SATO. “Through the expansion of the NX Series, we are able to offer an even greater level of flexibility to our customers, minimize their total cost of ownership and boost efficiency to give them a competitive edge.”

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Zebra’s New ZQ500 Series Rugged Mobile Printers for Field-Based Applications

Posted April 2, 2015

2015-04-02_0913Zebra has announced the launch of their new ZQ500 mobile printer series designed for rugged field-based applications.

The 3-inch ZQ510 and 4-inch ZQ520 printers are portable, print-on-demand devices that combine a military-grade design with simple functionality for printing solutions that require a robust device capable of going into any outdoor or indoor environment. The new ZQ500 series is also the perfect replacement for the previous RW Series and is targeted for transportation & logistics, distribution, field service, and government applications.

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Five Things to Know Before Choosing an Embedded Data Acquisition Device

Posted April 1, 2015

Microscan_verification_0Successful data acquisition for barcode reading or part inspection depends on the ability of the data acquisition device, such as a barcode reader or machine vision camera, to function at peak performance within the restrictions of the application. In applications where barcode reading or machine vision inspection processes are embedded inside of equipment, limited integration space puts a unique set of restrictions on how a device can be installed, not to mention demands on the size and capabilities of the device itself. Before installation, it is important to choose a device with optimal specifications to ensure inspections can be done accurately and consistently throughout the life of the machine. This post outlines the five things an engineer should know before choosing a data acquisition device for embedding into equipment, including:

  1. Barcode Type and Orientation
  2. Inspection Requirements
  3. Application Speed
  4. Integration Space
  5. Data Communication Needs

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Datalogic Introduces New 2D Imaging Capable Memor X3 Mobile Computers

Posted March 30, 2015

Datalogic is pleased to announce that the Memor X3, Datalogic’s most compact mobile computer, is now extending its portfolio with the introduction of two additional models featuring a new 2D Multi-Purpose imaging engine.

The new 2D engine is easily recognized with its highly visible white-illumination and offers a reading performance that is comparable to the red-illumination 2D engines offered with existing Memor X3 2D models. Ideally suited for most any general purpose need for reading 1D or 2D codes, the multi-purpose imager is the best choice for future-proofing your customer.
These new 2D models of the Memor X3 mobile computer integrate the multi-purpose 2D engine along with our patented ‘Green Spot’ good read technology, featuring:

  • A 2D Wi-Fi Windows CE Pro model with features and performance equal to the Red-Illumination 2D model offered with the current Memor X3 mobile computer
  • A new batch 2D model running on the Memor X3 entry-level Windows CE Core platform, targeting the increasing demand of simple and costeffective 2D applications

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Bematech’s New SB8010A Android Based Point of Sale Terminal

Posted March 26, 2015

sb8010aLogic Controls (Bematech) has announced its brand new Android based All-in-One Point-of-Sale terminal, the SB8010A.  This POS terminal is perfect for businesses that are looking for a system that is cost effective with a compact footprint.  The unit features low power consumption, fanless operation and has integration capabilities for WiFi, Bluetooth, customer display, magnetic stripe reader and barcode scanner.  The unit runs exclusively on an Android operating system, keeping the cost of the POS solutions to a minimum as compared to other systems in the market

Features:

  • Compact size and cost effective
  • Low power consumption, less than 10 watts
  • Fanless operation
  • Customer display, magnetic stripe reader and barcode scanner integration
  • 9.7″ 5-wire resistive touch monitor
  • Android operating system
  • WiFi and Bluetooth integration

For assistance finding the right POS terminal for your business needs, contact us at Barcodes Inc.


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