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Desktop Printing Made Easy with Honeywell’s PC42t

Posted August 22, 2016

With over 4 decades of barcode printer design behind it, Honeywell’s PC42t is the easiest to use and most affordable printer on the market today. With a 4.3″ print width and its compact size, the PC42t is the most reliable solution for a small or medium business looking to improve productivity in label making operations. It is also the easiest printer for those looking to deploy thermal label printing for the first time, or for those transitioning away from more expensive inkjet- or laser-based label printing methods.

Easy to install and ready to print quickly, the PC42t supports a wide range of media and features a quick-opening design for easy media replenishment. The PC42t also offers industry-standard connectivity with USB, Ethernet, parallel and serial interface options.


Available Now! BarTender 2016 R3 Update

Posted August 19, 2016

Seagull BarTender Professional Barcode SoftwareSeagull Scientific’s BarTender software is the industry leading label deign application due to how easy it is to use and it’s ever evolving feature set. As customer requirements change, BarTender is constantly improving to fulfill these needs.

The most recent update to BarTender 2016 includes these new additions and improvements:

  • New database support for Firebird, MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • Ability to add metadata to BarTender documents, viewable in both BarTender and Windows Explorer
  • New “duplicate” options allow easy copy/pasting of selected objects
  • New scaling options allow easy bulk modification of selected objects
  • Better print performance when using Rich Text objects — up to 20x faster rendering
  • Support for selecting the encoding for IDoc files
  • User interface language can now be set per user
  • More options added for label and image export, such as quick export and the ability to set default export options
  • New Integration Builder advancements, including new actions, new cloud storage support for Amazon S3 and Microsoft OneDrive, as well as the ability to add attachments using the Send Email action
  • Medical device compliance tools: HIBC 2D barcode and UDI sample label

You can download R3 immediately from www.DownloadBarTender.com


NiceLabel Launches New Software Platform and Product Line

Posted August 8, 2016

NICELABEL-logo-RGB-1NiceLabel has released a groundbreaking new software platform “NiceLabel 2017” and introduced a completely new product line that extends from label designers to enterprise label management solutions. The new software has capabilities that allow businesses to achieve maximum print productivity.

It’s with 25 years of industry experience and several years of development that NiceLabel introduces its next generation future-proof technology platform that is better by design and provides unique business benefits that embody the principle Do more. Faster. With less.

NiceLabel now offers 3 core product line to allow scalability for any business

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Sato’s CLNX Series: Beyond Speeds & Feeds

Posted July 28, 2016

While many companies focus on criteria such as throughput and print resolution when selecting a thermal printer, factors like how quickly/easily a printer can be integrated, how rapidly media can be loaded, and how easily the printer can be serviced have an even greater impact on operational costs. Even small improvements in operational efficiency can positively affect a facility’s equipment up-time or ontime labeling performance. The SATO CLNX Series industrial thermal printer, available in a 4” (CL4NX) or 6” (CL6NX) model, was engineered with problem solving features in mind.

SATO’s goal was to engineer a thermal printer that is easier to integrate, operate, and maintain. If a printer requires a lot of configuration, jams frequently, produces poor quality labels, or is difficult for operators to quickly change out labels, ribbons, print heads or platen rollers, the downtime can be costly in terms of both productivity and expense.

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Microscan Announces the Release of WebLink 1.1 and New Features for MicroHAWK Barcode Readers

Posted July 13, 2016

Microscan has announced the release of WebLink 1.1 – the latest version of the world’s first web-based barcode reader setup and control interface – supporting several new feature upgrades for the company’s MicroHAWK Barcode Reader platform.

Part of the revolutionary MicroHAWK platform launched in September 2015, Microscan introduced WebLink as the first ever web-based barcode reader interface. WebLink software is stored on the MicroHAWK barcode reader, rather than external equipment. The WebLink interface is accessed through a web browser by navigating to the barcode reader’s IP address using any web-enabled device on the local area network (LAN). WebLink’s open protocol framework eliminates integration hassle and device incompatibility across factory networks, IT equipment, and control systems. Since no software is installed on equipment used to control MicroHAWK readers, WebLink does not require the intervention of IT to facilitate installation or upgrades. In addition, custom reader settings can be saved as WebLink job files to the MicroHAWK reader’s internal memory or to external devices and are completely portable to new integration environments and equipment.

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Ruckus ZoneFlex R710: Industry’s First Wave 2 802.11ac Wireless Access Point​

Posted July 7, 2016

With the introduction of the ZoneFlez R710 the wait is finally over for high performance Wave 2 802.11ac!

Building upon the successful experience with 50,000 customers relying on our Wi-Fi solutions to power their networks with industry leading innovations such as BeamFlex+, Ruckus is raising the bar again with future-ready networks.

The new 710 delivers the highest performance Smart Wi-Fi access point, increased device density, and Wi-Fi monetization with Internet of Things (IoT) technologies enabling new business models for the Enterprises & Service Providers.

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Zebra’s New WT6000, RS6000, RS4000, HS3100, HS2100 Wearable Solutions

Posted July 5, 2016

Introducing Zebra’s Total Wearable Solutions, which consist of the WT6000 wearable computer, RS6000 Bluetooth 2D ring scanner, RS4000 corded 1D ring scanner, HS3100 Bluetooth headset and HS2100 corded headset for use in warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing operations. It’s the only family of enterprise wearable devices built on Android and backed by Mobility DNA – setting a new standard for ease of use and giving workers the hands-free mobility they need to boost productivity to a new level.

Industry leading ergonomics and human factors design provide warehouse workers with a wearable system they’ll want to wear. Zebra’s Total Wearable Solutions combine the unrivaled scan performance, industrial rugged design and backroom support that the industry has come to expect from Zebra. The result? Maximum comfort. Maximum durability. Maximum workforce productivity.

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Identifying your Barcode Symbology Type with a Honeywell Xenon of Granit Series Scanner

Posted July 1, 2016

If you have trouble identifying your barcode types (like me) – here is a trick for you.

  • Plug your scanner into your PC.
  • Turn on Word.
  • Go to page 199 of your Xenon/Granit User’s Guide and scan that barcode titled “Add Code I.D Prefix to All Symbologies (Temporary)”
  • Then scan the barcode in question.
  • You’ll see a character in front of the scanned data on your Word doc (or any app that displays scanned data).
  • Go to the section of the chart below (Linear, 2D, Postal) then to the fourth column titled “ID” under Honeywell; find your symbol; and your barcode type is in the first column – Symbology.   This chart is also in the back of the Xenon/Granit User’s Guide.

Note: This setting is temporary and will be removed when the unit is power cycled.

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Honeywell’s Captuvo Enterprise Sleds for Apple Devices

Posted June 28, 2016

captuvoEmpowering your mobile workforce has become a primary concern for almost every business today. From the warehouse and delivery destinations to the retail sales floor and patient bedside, having access to critical information on a mobile device that is easy to use and can handle the rigors of daily use is key to a capable, efficient workforce.

Many businesses are looking to the familiar Apple devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod) as viable solutions due to their familiar interface that their employees are often already familiar with. Utilizing these devices mean less time training and easier integration into the company’s workflow. The biggest hurdle with the Apple products in enterprise applications is the lack of durability and capable barcode scanner or magnetic stripe reader. This is where Honeywell’s Captuvo line can take your Apple device from a standard consumer device to an enterprise-grade mobile computer.

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Microscan’s WebLink Makes Scanner Configuration as Easy as Opening a Browser

Posted June 21, 2016

WebLink is the world’s first barcode setup program that is used entirely in a web browser. Access reader controls on your most common devices and use your favorite browser as your workspace. No software to install, no compatibility obstacles, no experience needed. Without manuals, without software, without any special barcode reading expertise, WebLink empowers any user to simply read barcodes. Decoding has never been easier with MicroHAWK (ID-20, ID-30, ID-40) Series and WebLink: the incredibly intuitive way to read barcodes.


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