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Code Trade-In: Get Paid for Your Used Scanners

Posted December 10, 2018

Got an used scanner that’s not working accordingly to your need? Do you want a new scanner at a discounted price to improve your team’s workflow? Now is the perfect time by taking advantage of Code’s Trade-in Program!

Turn in any old Code or competitor’s barcode scanner and recieve $40 for every new CR1500 or $120 for every new CR2600! We want to be able to see your team working with the best barcoding technology available and that means a Code scanner upgrade to experience the revolution in barcode reading. The physical condition of the trade-in device does not matter, the deal is to trade-in an old device for a new Code scanner. Gather all your outdated or damaged devices and get up to $120 for a new Code scanner!

3 Simple Steps to follow:

  1. Purchase your new CR1500 and/ or CR2600 equipment here.
  2. Send your old equipment into Code and fill out the RMA process form.
  3. Code issues you a rebate!

Complete the rebate form if you want to participate in the rebate program. Therefore, Code can ensure to match up your incoming shipment of trade-ins (from step 2) to your new order (from step 1).

Code scanners can be integrated into all areas of industry solutions. From retail, warehouse, distribution, point-of- sale, and healthcare to maximize productivity, speed up checkout lines, and track inventory.

Contact us if you have any questions on which Code scanners is best for you and we will be happy to help.

 

One trade-in reader and one purchased reader equals to a rebate. Trade-in readers are returned through Code’s RMA process. Offer cannot be combined with any other promotion or discount pricing. Promotion are subject to change anytime. Offer valid in the US. End User Promotion. Promotion ends December 31, 2018.

 

 


Track Your Assets and Inventory Efficiently with Janam’s XT100

Posted November 6, 2018

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Challenge: Companies need to know their assets and product availability in order to maintain oversight in investments, risk, delivery, and value. With business environments getting extremely competitive, the need for asset and inventory management is also growing. The real-time data gathered steers decisions that needs to be made in the different industries.

Solution: Equip your workers with the Janam’s XT100 to better execute warehouse operations, inventory management, and employee communications. A rugged Android- Based mobile computer, that can run a line of business applications in the palm of worker’s hand. It is familiar smartphone device and operating system that reduce training time and drive productivity gains.

Why the Janam XT100?
Its power, performance, and price advantage can yield the maximum return on investment. The XT100 can address the most demanding data capturing requirements with 2D barcode scanning, rear- and- front cameras, NFC, and RFID reading capabilities for asset or inventory tracking tasks.

xt100Features:

  • Sleek but rugged smartphone design (IP65 and withstand 4ft drops)
  • Android 6 operating system
  • 4.3 inch touch screen with Gorilla Glass 3
  • Advanced 2D barcode scanning
  • RFID and NFC capabilities
  • Superior voice and data
  • Google Mobile Services Certification
  • Removable and Rechargeable Battery

Watch the video to see how the XT100 can reduce down time and drive productivity in your workforce! Place an order today and you can enjoy free 2-day shipping on all orders over $250 made online with the code THANKS!*

Contact our professional solution providers if you have any questions regarding the device or need help to implement an asset tracking or inventory management solution.

*Enjoy free 2-day shipping on all orders over $250 made online only at Barcodesinc.com through November 9, 2018 at 11:59 pm CST. Offer cannot be combined with other promotions or discounts. Offer valid on web pricing only. Offer valid in the US only. This offer is not valid on international orders. One time use only. Certain product exclusions apply on supplies (ribbons/labels) and cash drawers.

Tech Tip Tuesday: Connectivity

Posted May 29, 2018

With all the different type of barcode scanners available, it is important to choose the right scanner with the right connection. Whether you are purchasing a new scanner or repurchasing a scanner that you have used before it is always important to check the barcode scanner cable to make sure it works with your system.

The most common connection is the USB, but if USB port is not available, that’s when you have to check what kind of connection you should use.

Below are a few of the common cables and their connection ports for scanners used with a PC.

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AirTrack S1  (1D)                                           Honeywell Granit 1980i (2D)                                        Xenon 1900 (2D) 

With all the options available for barcode scanners today, it is important to find the right device for your business needs. Knowing what type of connection you need saves you time on finding the scanner that you want. If you are having troubles or have additional questions, feel free to give our scanner experts a call. We will be happy to help!

 


Zebra’s LI36X8-ER: An Unstoppable Performer for Extended Range 1D Barcode Scanning

Posted May 11, 2018

li3608-2The latest models in Zebra’s 3600 Series Ultra-Rugged Scanners are here. The corded LI3608-ER and cordless LI3678-ER share the same characteristics that made the 3600 series so popular: an ultra-rugged design, superior performance, and unrivaled manageability. Designed for multiple environments including indoor, outdoor, and even freezer use.

The cordless LI3678-ER gives users the freedom to move around as needed. With Bluetooth 4.0, users will get maximum communication speeds with maximum energy.  Zebra’s Wi-Fi Friendly mode helps eliminate wireless interference in your Wi-Fi network. A charge gauge makes it easy for users to monitor the batteries power. The battery allows 100,000 scans per charge thanks to Zebra’s PowerPrecision+ which offers 50,000 more scans per charge than competitive models.

Zebra has gone above and beyond with these two rugged scanners; with a linear imager that delivers fast capture speeds of all 1D barcodes displayed on a screen or printed on a label. These two scanners are unique as the only models in its class that offers an 8 foot (2.4 meter) drop to concrete and a submersible IP67 sealing. The Extended Rage capability allows users to scan barcodes from as close as 2 inches (5.1 cm) to as far as 56 feet (17.1 meters) away.

For any questions or a quote on any of your scanning needs, please contact us at Barcodes, Inc.


Honeywell’s Mobile Computers: Purpose Built for the Task at Hand

Posted April 18, 2018

Combine the advantages of consumer PDAs with industrial mobile computers and you get Honeywell’s set of rugged mobile computers. Honeywell’s mobile computers include the latest Android or Windows operating system technology, their SmartSystems device management software, and superior industrial design and ruggedness. Whether you have a small business or an enterprise, Honeywell’s mobile computers are easy to deploy, easy to use, and easy to support.

The Dolphin CT60 is designed for enterprises that require anywhere, anytime connectivity, and fast data capture in a highly durable, long-lasting form factor that’s built for maximum up-time and productivity. Packed with features to keep users connected and productive throughout the work day. With an advanced network connectivity that facilitates large file transfers, video streaming, and quick remote access to business applications with enough battery power to last an entire shift. Has accurate 1D and 2D scanning and data capture is possible even on the most damaged barcodes.

ct60CT60 Features and Benefits:

  • Mobility Edge Hardware and Software Platform.
  • Industry-Leading Future Proof Protection.
  • Optimal Power and Connectivity.
  • Unparalleled Scanning Performance.
  • Rugged, Ergonomic Design – Built to Last: Fits easily in to a pocket, IP67 rating against dust and water spray, withstands multiple 1.5 meter drops to concrete and 1,000 1 meter tumbles.
  • Future Proof: Support for four Android generations starting with Android 7.1.1. As well as an easy Windows to Android migration without sacrificing reliability, performance, or management features.
  • Powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.

Currently there is a transition from a keypad-centric mobile device to a full touchscreen device. The problem, keys are still essential in many logistics, warehouses, and field mobility organizations. In comes the ultra-rugged Dolphin CN80, a mobile computer that can help bridge that gap. A large 4.2 inch vivid color touchscreen and the option to choose between numeric or QWERTY keypads gives users the option to select which input method is best for their everyday environment. At the same time users will benefit from the use of the touchscreen for touch-centric applications in the future. With fast data processing, 1D/2D scanning, advanced network connectivity, and a battery life that lasts twice as long as previous generations; users will be connected and productive throughout multiple shifts.

CN80 Features and Benefits:

  • Mobility Edge Hardware and Software Platform: Common hardware and software platform delivers enhanced operational efficiency and reduced TCO. Deploy the same applications on multiple products across your enterprise.
  • Forward-Compatible, Future-Proof: Support for four Androd generations – N through Q. Customers using Windows based operating systems can migrate to Android without sacrificing reliability, performance, or management features.
  • Best of Both Worlds With Keys and Touchscreen: If you have high transaction rates, an environment where workers wear gloves, or applications or workers accustomed to working a certain way, keys are a necessity. The Dolphin CN80 offers productivity with a real numeric or QWERTY keypad for fast and easy data entry plus a full touchscreen for new or future application migration.
  • Unparalleled Scanning Performance: Enhanced 1D/2D scanning/data capture with read ranges of 0.15m to 15.2m (6in to 50ft) typically required in today’s warehouses. Optional scan handle for flexibility to switch between handheld and pistol grip operations.
  • Rugged, Ergonomic Design: Designed to withstand the harshest environments and the toughest users, the Dolphin CN80 minimizes downtime and lost productivity with extreme longevity. Withstands 2.4m (8ft) drops and 2,000 1.0m (3.3ft) tumbles. IP65/IP67 ratings against dust/water spray. Cold storage and non-incendive options available.
  • Long Battery Life Drives Productivity: Long shifts, extended talk-times, and heavy GPS usage are no match for the Dolphin CN80. Long battery minimizes workflow interruptions and drives efficiency.

To learn more about Honeywell’s Mobile Computers, contact our dedicated account managers.


Tech Tip Tuesday: Choosing the Right Scanner

Posted April 3, 2018

It might be kind of hard to choose the right scanner to use. So to make things easier below is a flow chart with recommended scanners to find out what kind of scanner will work best for your application. For corded scanners, the main questions are what type of barcode do you need to scan and what kind of environment will you use the scanner? Which, will ultimately determine if you need a rugged or a non-rugged scanner. If you are still unsure about what type of scanners you need feel free to contact our dedicated account manager and we will be happy to help.

                                                                 

   Intermec SR61                               Airtrack S1                                Zebra DS3608                                      Airtrack S2


Zebra’s DS2200, a Series of Handheld Imagers

Posted October 9, 2017

ds2200The DS200 Series are an affordable set of scanners that have an ease of use and management simplicity your business requires. The scanners come with default settings that are optimized for a majority of scanning applications allowing you to use the DS2200 scanners out of the box with no configuration needed.  Just plug the scanner into your Point of Sale and the auto-host detect cables will automatically identify the interface and connect the imager for a simple and reduced setup time.

The Zebra set of scanners can scan all 1D and 2D barcodes printed or displayed on a customers’ mobile device. The DS2200 series comes in two options, the corded DS2208 and the cordless DS2278. With omni-directional scanning users never have to line up the scanner with the barcode for it to scan. Lastly with Zebra’s PRZM Intelligent Imaging users can capture barcodes regardless of condition even if they are dirty, scratched, damaged, or poorly printed.

DS2200 Features:

  • Builds off the success of Zebra’s bestselling LS2208 1D scanner
  • Point and shoot simplicity
  • Adds 2D imaging at an outstanding value to any business
  • Instant decoding with PRZM Intelligent Imaging
  • Purpose-built to be easy to deploy,easy to use and easy to manage
  • Corded & cordless models available
  • Easy Integration with a Tablet-based POS
  • Guaranteed full shift battery power
  • Easiest pairing on the planet
  • Easily Customize Settings with 123Scan

For any questions or a quote on any of your scanning needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.


1D vs 2D Barcodes Explained

Posted October 6, 2016

When it comes to tracking anything from basic inventory to patient data, choosing the right type of barcode can be the difference in how effective your system works. Everyone is familiar with the standard picket fence 1D linear barcodes but more and more applications are migrating to 2D barcodes. Both types of codes have their benefits and advantages and our specialists at Barcodes, Inc can help you determine which is the best fit for your needs.


Datalogic’s New QuickScan QD2131 Linear Imager

Posted September 24, 2015

qd2131Datalogic has announced their newest QuickScan product: the QD2131 1D linear imager. This is an entry level scanner with enhanced performance for general linear bar code scanning applications. When compared to the current QuickScan QD2130 imager, the new QD2131 imager brings to the table many enhancements in all aspects of scanning:

  • A longer reading range and depth of field (DOF)
  • A wider scan angle and field of view (FOV)
  • A brighter, crisper and longer scanning line
  • Snappier bar code reading
  • A more durable and sturdy look and feel

Additionally, the QuickScan QD2131 imager will have the updated QuickScan product family look and will be able to share the same stands and accessories as the QuickScan QD2400 imagers.

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The Most Common Causes of Unreadable Barcodes

Posted July 15, 2015

image012Item identification and data acquisition through barcodes is critical to the function of automated operations, from ensuring that the correct components are used in the assembly of a smart phone to recording accurate patient data for samples in a laboratory. When poorly-marked or damaged barcodes result in “no-reads” or failures, loss of data can have disastrous effects on product integrity and corporate reputation – not to mention potential legal implications and serious risks to consumer welfare. Understanding the root cause of unreadable barcodes and using technology appropriately to prepare for or resolve these issues is simple to do and it can mean the difference between success and failure in automation. This white paper describes potential solutions for the most common causes of unreadable barcodes, including:

  • Low Contrast
  • Quiet Zone Violations
  • Improper Reading Position
  • Print or Mark Inconsistency
  • Damage or Distortion

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