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Code’s New CR3600 Mobile Barcode Scanner

Posted January 17, 2014

Code has announced the availability of their new scanner the Code Reader 3600 (CR3600). The mobile scanning device is the latest addition to the company’s fast-growing, sophisticated product line with an advanced feature set ideal for retail environments. This sleek, wireless scanner has a color screen and keypad that allows users to manually enter data in real time, while providing quick access to both pre-installed or customized applications with a simple touch of a button.

The CR3600 employs the latest imaging technology and includes the ability to write and customize JavaScript applications without the need to purchase an additional license. With capability of direct data input via a keypad and brightly colored screen the CR3600 is the ideal mobile barcode reading solution for deployment where integration versatility is required.

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AML Introduces the New Triton Series Mobile Computer

Posted January 16, 2014

AML has unveiled their new Triton, a rugged but cost-effective wireless handheld terminal designed specifically for terminal emulation applications. This powerful new device combines the familiar functionality of the previous generation model with updated features, including a rugged, high-visibility backlit LCD display, the latest in Wi-Fi radio technology from Summit Data Communications, a more durable keypad and more.

The new Triton features a backlit LCD display, lit with a bright white backlight. The screen is highly visible in any conditions—full sun, dim or dark–the clarity and visibility of the Triton display is unparalleled. The handheld is also equipped with an enterprise class Summit radio with 802.11 b/g/n connectivity. This best-in-class radio provides a crystal clear medium for industrial Wi-Fi communications.

The Triton’s keypad is protected with clear epoxy domed tops for improved durability. The added layer of protection makes the keys impervious to abrasive wear that could cause them to become illegible or nonfunctional.

The new handheld terminal also features the newest barcode scan engine technology from Motorola, the SE965, which supports near and mid-range scanning distances.

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Janam XG Series Selected by Kelli’s Gift Shop Suppliers for Warehouse Management

Posted January 15, 2014

Janam XG105 ScannerJanam has announced that Kelli’s Gift Shop Suppliers, a leading wholesale distributor of gift products, has selected Janam’s XG Series as the mobile handheld for the company’s warehouse management system (WMS).

Tech-Acumen, Inc., a software solution provider, designed and developed a custom Real-Time Warehouse Management System for Kelli’s Gift Shop Suppliers. The solution, which integrates with CounterPoint SQL Point of Sale software, features real-time bin quantities and a management console with real-time warehouse performance metrics. Paired with the Janam XG Series mobile devices, material handlers in Kelli’s massive warehouse can no easily perform all warehouse operations, including receiving, put-away, order-picking and replenishment are fully supported with real-time data.

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How POS Receipts Build Sales And Loyalty

Posted January 14, 2014

2014-01-14_1001The coupon revival continues, and the source of those most often redeemed might surprise you.

According to the Annual Topline U.S. CPG Coupon Facts Report for Year-end 2010, released by NCH Marketing Services, Inc., marketers distributed 332 billion coupons for consumer packaged goods last year, marking the largest single year distribution of coupons ever recorded in the United States. Those coupons redeemed totaled $3.7 billion in savings for consumers. Fueled by frugal recession-weary shoppers, coupon usage has climbed from 63.6% in 2007 to 78.3% in 2010, according to NCH.

Most of those coupons distributed— a full 90% — came in the form of free-standing inserts, according to Inmar, the company that handles the bulk of coupon processing in the U.S. But retail marketers take note — that’s not where the leading growth in redeemed coupons lies.

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Motorola Introduces Their Next Generation FX7500 UHF RFID Reader

Posted January 13, 2014

Motorola FX7500 RFID ReaderMotorola has introduced its innovative FX7500 series of business-class UHF RFID fixed readers. Built from the ground up, our latest design includes a Motorola-designed RFID radio and Linux based network architecture that offers superior RFID performance with enhanced security, connectivity, and manageability features. The FX7500 reader enables enterprise customers to deploy cost-effective fully automated best-inclass EPC Gen2 RFID solutions.

The FX7500 is a symbol of Motorola’s innovative enterprise design, tailored to provide the best in RFID technology that adapts itself to the demands of dynamic application environments. Self-optimizing radio features automatically sense and optimize the reader operation enabling fast, reliable, and efficient reading of tags and delivering superior performance and throughput. The FX7500 RFID reader offers best-in-class read rates, exceptional sensitivity and superior noise rejection for reliable data capture even for the most demanding applications.

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Microscan’s All-In-One Solutions for Inline or Offline Barcode Quality Verification

Posted January 10, 2014

Microscan’s new barcode verification kits bundle complete tools for ensuring the readability and compliance of printed 1D/2D symbols or direct part marks. Engineered to meet ISO and AIM quality standards and designed with the ideal lens and lighting configurations, each kit includes a Vision HAWK smart camera, NERLITE Smart Series industrial lighting, and AutoVISION machine vision software in the most convenient, all-in-one packages for inline or offline verification.

  • Three kits for common verification needs:
    • Large Linear Verification Kit
    • 1D/2D Label Verification Kit
    • Dot Peen Verification Kit
  • Verify to ISO 15415, ISO 15416, AIM DPM
  • Includes compliant camera, lens, lighting, mounting hardware, and software
  • Inline or offline verification

For more details on any of the verification kits or help finding the best Microscan solution for your needs, contact us at BarcodesInc.


DS4800 – Motorola’s Newest 2D Imager Designed for Point of Sale

Posted January 9, 2014

ds4800-blackThe Motorola DS4800 Series barcode scanner offers style without compromise by marrying impressive design and innovative technologies with enterprise reliability and functionality. The sophisticated arc design brings a new level of style to your POS, along with comprehensive high-performance data capture.

You get first time every time capture of 1D and 2D bar codes, whether they are high density, poorly printed, damaged, under shrinkwrap or displayed on the screen of a shopper’s mobile phone, as well as ID cards, checks and PDF417 bar codes on driver’s licenses for fast and easy completion of loyalty and credit card applications.

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Seagull Scientific Named “Best Channel Vendor” for Sixth Year in a Row

Posted January 7, 2014

Seagull BarTender Professional 10.1 Barcode SoftwareThe readers of Business Solutions magazine have honored Seagull Scientific for the sixth straight year as a “Best Channel Vendor” in the category of Labeling Software. With more than 2,500 readers voting, Seagull’s resellers cited Product Features and Product Reliability as our top two areas of strength.

“We are delighted that our channel partners have recognized Seagull in the Business Solutions survey for the sixth year in a row,” said Harold Boe, President of Seagull Scientific. “Our partners need to trust the technology they sell and the company that stands behind it. We are proud that so many companies rely on BarTender label software and Seagull’s top-quality service and support, and we have great plans for making 2014 the best year yet for our valued resellers.”

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RFID Provides Significant Savings and Accuracy for Hospitals

Posted January 6, 2014

Hospital administrators are finding that inexpensive and unobtrusive radio frequency identification tags are saving thousands of dollars while increasing quality of care and patient satisfaction.

At the brand-new, 58-bed Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance in Fort Worth, everything that moves is being tagged, including high-value assets, wristbands on patients and the badges of all staff members.

Over the last year, RFID has saved the Texas Health Alliance $65,000 per month just in rental fees, said Kathi Cox, a project coordinator at the hospital’s parent company Texas Health Resources.

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The Saslong Classic Gardena-Gröden World Cup Ski Organizational Committee Chooses Datalogic for Access Control

Posted January 3, 2014

Datalogic Skorpio X3 Mobile ComputerOverview

The ski slopes of Val Gardena are among the longest in the world, using a state-of-the-art safety system with advanced technology. Thanks to this modern system, Val Gardena’s slopes are considered some of the fastest, most spectacular ski runs in the World Cup, making them a favorite of ski aficionados.

Every year during the winter season, the Val Gardena region of Italy hosts the Saslong Classic Garden-Gröden ski competition. Thousands of fans from all over the world gather in this region of Italy to cheer on the athletes that participate.

The Challenge

The Saslong Classic Gardena-Gröden Organizational Committee gave fans the opportunity to order tickets online and print them out at home this year for the first time, thanks to changes made to fiscal laws permitting internet ticket sales. However, an electronic access control system certified by CNR (the National Center of Research) or other recognized Institute and approved by the Agenzia delle Entrate (Italian Revenue Agency) had to be implemented. Since a ticket can be used for access to one or more areas of the event, it was fundamental that the access control system included a method for validating the ticket at each entrance. Juniper Extensible Solution, a system integrator from Cavalese, Trento, was awarded the job of creating an access control system that could fulfill all the conditions required by law and be innovative from a technological point of view, keeping in consideration the magnitude of the event and the environment in which it would take place.


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