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Motorola Unveils Next-Gen ET1 Tablet

Posted October 10, 2013

Motorola ET1 Enterprise Tablet ComputerMotorola announced three enterprise mobile computers running the most popular version of the Android operating system supported by new Extensions by Motorola Solutions security features and the fourth generation of RhoMobile Suite’s cross-platform development framework.

First off, Motorola is expanding the industry’s largest portfolio of purpose-built, Android-based devices with the introduction of the ET1, MC40 and MC67 enterprise mobile computers running the Jelly Bean version of the Android OS and fortified with Mx enhancements.

The Jelly Bean version of the Android OS provides new features important to enterprises including security enhancements, better graphics support and improved logging and support capabilities.

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Datalogic’s Memor Mobile Computer Saves Egil Rasmussen Time and Money

Posted October 9, 2013

Datalogic Memor Mobile Computer

Overview
Egil Rasmussen is one of the largest carpentry and fine woodwork companies in its industry, with an annual turnover of approximately 25 million euros. The company is headquartered in Taulov, near Fredericia, Denmark, with a large department in Århus.

One of Egil Rasmussen’s main activities is helping rental companies and insurance companies with repairs. Examples include new apartment doors needed after a break in, or a new floors needed due to water damage.

The Challenge
Each year, Egil Rasmussen receives hundreds of jobs from rental companies and thousands from the insurance companies. The jobs usually require three craftsmen, who report the number of working hours, the materials used and transportation costs for each task performed.

This procedure used to be done the traditional way. The craftsmen would fill out a form with all information and pass it onto the accounting department, which would check the information and enter it into the financial software system called Artesa.

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Microscan’s New Miniature Industrial Imagers – MS-4Xi and MINI Hawk Xi

Posted October 8, 2013

2013-10-08_1036Microscan introduces the 2 newest additions to their mini series with the MS-4Xi and MINI Hawk Xi industrial imagers.

The MS-4Xi and MINI Hawk Xi imagers combine today’s most popular industrial automation features in our patented mini design. Advanced imaging capabilities are supported by the industry’s easiest and most functional setup utility, ESP, setting the bar for zero-hassle decoding of even the most challenging 1D/2D codes printed or marked. Fully-integrated with embedded Ethernet, the MS-4Xi and MINI Hawk Xi are the perfect fit for any industrial decoding application. Continue reading »


Zebra’s ZXP Series 1 and Series 3 New Driver Enhancements

Posted October 7, 2013

2013-10-07_0952As a leader in card printing technologies, Zebra is always raising the bar in printer performance and capabilities.

The newly announced update to the ZXP Series 1 and ZXP Series 3 printers includes the Zebra Windows Driver Version 5.01, a new unified driver supporting both printer models. It provides Microsoft Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 OS support with an expanded common matrix of Microsoft client server printer sharing support. The new driver will also provide white monochrome ribbon support for the ZXP Series 1. Driver Version 5.01 is posted on www.zebra.com for download.

For any assistance on or to order a ZXP Series printer, contact us at BarcodesInc.


Barcode Art With Bic Pens

Posted October 4, 2013

TheIt’s always interesting to see how barcodes make their way into or influence various type of artworks but “Ultraviolet -The Blue Carpet” by French artist Jonathan Bréchignac might me one of the most impressive. He hand drew this  2.5 ft × 4 ft design on paper using just blue Bic pens and Ultraviolet ink! It took  and took eight months to complete and will be showing  as part of the “The Blue Route” exhibition  from September 27, 2013 to February 9, 2014 at  at Villa Empain in Brussels. The intricacy, detail, and scope of the work is quite amazing. Each of the four QR Codes in the work take you to mysterious pages like this one. Hopefully we’ll end up seeing more great works from Bréchignac in the future!


Intermec Introduces the New CN51 Mobile Computer

Posted October 3, 2013

Intermec, now part of Honeywell, announced the CN51 rugged mobile computer – the company’s latest offers unparalleled versatility allowing the choice of Windows or Android operating systems on a single device coupled with a power-packed 1.5GHz dual core, multi-engine processor design with 1GB RAM, and 16GB Flash for the highest degree of future-proofing capability. Perfect for an array of applications:  direct store delivery, transportation and logistics and field service operations.

The CN51’s large, multi-touch, outdoor-readable screen provides ample room for application viewing with less scrolling for greater productivity, as well as more space for capturing signatures. It’s also equipped with state-of-the-art smart battery technology, delivering industry-leading battery life that lasts through a full 12-hour shift and beyond without interruption to replace or recharge. The CN51 is also the perfect migration option from the current CN50, offering improved processor and area imager performance, while still maintaining accessory compatibility with existing CN50 installations.

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Datalogic Announces their New QuickScan QW2100 Linear Imager

Posted October 2, 2013

Datalogic QuickScan I Lite QW2100 ScannerDatalogic has announced the worldwide availability of the QuickScan QW2100 linear imager. Since its original limited availability release to some markets in early 2012, over several hundreds of thousands of QW2100 have been sold in less than 2 years. This product has been well received by the customers within these regions and offers a strong, mature foundation for this worldwide release.

Datalogic believes in developing products that are based on various key points such as technological advancements, market trends, customer needs and the customer return on investments (ROI) requirements. Datalogic has over 40 years of experience in developing ADC products. Building upon its position as a leading pioneer of imaging technology, Datalogic continues to be in the forefront of linear and area imaging technologies for the corresponding markets. While there are specific market needs that may dictate the use of a laser bar code scanner, linear imager technology is able to offer multiple alternative 1D scanning options such as: solid state construction, which ensures no moving parts and less percentage of mechanical failures, ability to scan codes from mobile phones and computer screens, bright and more visible scan line, and an excellent price/performance ratio in the marketplace. In recognizing the varying market and investment needs of their customers, Datalogic offers a portfolio that spans multiple ADC linear imaging solutions.

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pcAmerica Adds Tablet Support to their POS Software

Posted October 1, 2013

2013-10-01_0940pcAmerica  has added new tablet-ready versions of its award-winning point of sale software solutions, Cash Register Express (CRE) and Restaurant Pro Express (RPE), to its product lineup.

CRE and RPE have been optimized for tablets and the software is compatible with many pieces of tablet hardware, including the HP Elitepad. As the tablets are running Windows 8, a standard Microsoft operating system, the tablet editions of the POS software still support a full peripheral set including pole displays, weight scales and pin pads.

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Motorola RFID Antenna Infographic

Posted September 29, 2013

The world of RFID can be a mystery for many especially when finding what antenna you should use for a fixed readerMotorola is one of the leading manufacturers of fixed RFID readers and offers a range of antenna for indoor, outdoor, customer facing, and even industrial applications. This infographic is a great introduction to the Motorola line and will help narrow your choices a bit. For further assistance finding the right Motorola RFID products for your application, contact us at BarcodesInc to speak with one of our RFID specialist.

Motorola RFID Antenna

 

 


Printronix RFID Printers

Posted September 27, 2013

Printronix RFID Printers

As RFID becomes a more commonplace tool to help all types of businesses become more efficient and accurate, the available choices for RFID printers is expanding all the time. Given the costs involved you obviously want to find a printer that will meet any compliance/performance requirements you need while being a reliable  investment for the long term.

Printronix has been a leading manufacture of industrial grade label printers and continues this legacy with their current line of RFID printers. Designed for the most demanding and critical applications, the SL5000R and SL4M are the perfect solutions for any RFID printing requirement.

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