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The New Honeywell Captuvo SL22 and SL42

Posted August 23, 2013

Honeywell Captuvo SL42 Mobile ComputerHoneywell has announced two new tools for retailers to shorten check out times and make shopping more personalized for customers and store owners. Honeywell’s Captuvo SL42 and SL22 are snap-on accessories for the Apple iPhone 5 and fifth generation iPod Touch mobile digital devices, respectively, turning the consumer devices into selling tools that allow retail workers to look up inventory, scan barcodes and securely process payment, bringing the check out to the shopper so no one has to wait in line.

Both new products feature Honeywell Adaptus 6.0 imaging technology, which reads virtually any barcode, including coupons or loyalty club bar codes increasingly found on the reflective screens of mobile devices.

Scanning performance, durability and ease-of-use were key factors that led executives from Sportsman’s Warehouse to equip workers in each of its 46 stores with the Captuvo SL22 for iPod Touch mobile digital devices. The company’s big-box stores across the United States are a one-stop shop for outdoors enthusiasts, selling sporting goods, clothing, footwear and supplies to campers, fishers and hunters.

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Honeywell Introduces New EZConfig for Scanning v4.1

Posted August 21, 2013

2013-08-21_0945Setting up a new scanner has historically meant using a programming manual and scanning various barccodes to customize the device as you needed. Luckily for us, Honeywell has developed an easy to use application to quickly configure their scanners called EZConfig.

Honeywell’s EZConfig for Scanning 4.1 has been improved to facilitate fast and easy barcode scanner configurations with an improved, user-friendly interface. Some new features include: port agnostic automatic device discovery, expanded interface support, configuration history with undo functionality, and simplified data formatting – all from an HTML-5 platform independent browser-based utility.

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Introducing the New Socket CHS Series 8 Mobile Scanner

Posted August 14, 2013

Socket  has released a new barcode scanner optimized for smartphones that can be used either attached to or detached from the phone. Thin and lightweight, the CHS Series 8 is as small as a credit card, thinner than most smartphones, and slips easily into a shirt or pants pocket.  The new CHS Series 8 supports iOS, Android, and Windows based devices and is easy to integrate with any application.

It’s great for people who need to keep a hand free to handle materials or equipment while scanning barcodes.

To find the right scanner for your mobile application, contact us at BarcodesInc.


Motorola’s New LI2208 Offers Best-In-Class Performance and Value

Posted July 31, 2013

Motorola LI2208 Barcode ScannerMotorola has released their newest edition to their handheld scanner line with the LI2208 general purpose corded linear imager for capturing virtually every 1D bar code. Based on the all the key design advantages of the successful LS2208 scanner, the LI2208’s best-in-class 1D scanning performance and range will allow workers to scan faster and farther to improve productivity and reduce customer wait times.

The LI2208 was designed with productivity in mind and is the perfect crossover from traditional laser based scanners. Utilizing linear imaging technology it can capture printed 1D bar codes on a variety of label materials and electronic bar codes displayed on mobile device screens that allow retailers to easily process loyalty cards and mobile coupons. It can also capture high-density bar codes commonly used in specialty retail and electronic component manufacturing.

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Two New Scanners From Intermec – SF61B and SR31T

Posted July 26, 2013

newscannersThe Intermec Data Capture product line continues to evolve and grow, with two new handheld scanner models, the SR31T and SF61B, each available in 1D, 2D, High Performance and Healthcare configurations. Both models expand on existing families of scanners with improved performance and capabilities.

The SR31T tethered handheld scanner redefines general purpose scanning by setting a new standard for performance and durability. Ideal for applications in manufacturing, retail and other light industrial environments, the SR31T will also be available with a disinfectant-ready configuration targeted at healthcare applications–patient admissions, pharmacy, lab, general asset tracking, and other hygiene-sensitive environments like food service. Business development units are currently being distributed.

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Improve and Expand Your Scanning Capabilities with Motorola’s LI2208

Posted July 19, 2013

LI2208_Retail Clothing_D3X6883Scanning barcodes has become such a standard and integrated part of many businesses it is easy to think that all scanners are essentially the same. While this may have been more true in the past with traditional laser scanners, recent advances in imaging technologies have brought expanded capabilities to scanners without increases in costs.

The same type of hardware that is being used for cameras in smartphones and tablets is also being used to make better barcode scanners. These new scanner types are called imagers since they are essentially capturing a picture of the barcode and then decoding it. Historically, imagers have been quite a bit more costly than a standard laser scanner but with new units like the Motorola LI2208, we now have imaging scanners at the same cost as a laser scanner.

So what exactly are the advantages of moving to an imager based scanner exactly?

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Motorola Introduces The New LI2208 Linear Imager

Posted July 9, 2013

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The Motorola LI2208 general purpose corded linear imager delivers the same reliability and ergonomics of our most popular scanner, the LS2208, with enhanced features that let you scan more types of bar codes, faster and at a greater distance. Whether your workers are scanning bar codes printed on paper labels or electronic bar codes displayed on the screen of a mobile phone, tablet or computer, they can count on unparalleled performance, every time.

The patented optical design delivers an industry-leading working range, from near contact to as far as 55 in./139.7 cm away — ideal for large items in the basket at the retail POS as well as components on a conveyor. In addition, scanning has never been easier — bar codes can be captured at extreme angles, so workers spend less time fiddling with the scanner and more time on task.

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Introducing the New Datalogic QuickScan QD2400

Posted June 17, 2013

Datalogic QuickScan QD2400 Barcode ScannerInterested in a 2D imager that offers quality scanning at a price that won’t hurt your wallet? The QuickScan QD2400 2D imager combines excellent performance, reliability and ergonomic design all in one affordable product.

You can feel the power, speed and durability of this imager at the POS. Pick up the QuickScan QD 2D imager and try it out:

  • High performance reading expected of laser scanners on 1D codes with the same speed and accuracy on 2D and PDF417 codes
  • High motion tolerance and Datalogic patented ‘Green Spot’ technology for easy and uninterrupted reading
  • Sturdy design with IP42 protection class guarantees long-term robustness

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Introducing Datalogic’s Powerscan DPM Imagers – PD9530-DPM and PD8590-DPM

Posted June 12, 2013

2013-06-12_0956Datalogic has introduced a new family of handheld area imagers specifically designed for applications based on codes printed with Direct Part Marking (DPM) technology. This new PowerScan family is a blend of the Datalogic experience with optical systems, hardware architecture, mechanical design and decoding software. Two different models are available allowing the customers to choose the best price/performance combination for their specific needs.

The PD9530-DPM imager has a standard illumination system and bases its reading capability on the decoding software. This imager offers great performance on a wide set of bar code types, but does not cover all DPM situations.

The PD8590-DPM imager is a highly specialized scanner with a multi-axis illumination system specifically designed for reading DPM technology. The reading performance relies on the combination of the decoding software and the illumination system. This imager can read all types of bar codes printed with DPM technology regardless of the type of surface involved.

Aim. trigger. decode: it’s that simple!

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Sinai Hospital Utilizes the Datalogic Gryphon at Patient Point of Care

Posted June 11, 2013

Overview
Like no other industry, Healthcare has experienced an explosion in technology that affects and improves both the doctor’s ability to provide care, and the patient’s knowledge and response to treatment. Technology that was once science fiction is now common place with tools like: external vision systems that present three dimensional images of inside the body; micro surgery that minimizes invasiveness and speeds recovery; micro transducers that provide real time diagnostics from within the body. The list of advancements grows daily. While these advances lead healthcare diagnostic technology, more fundamental systems such as patient records management and prescription administration have lagged far behind.

The Federal Government enacted legislation aimed at increasing the efficiency of the healthcare system by requiring the implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHR). A leading regional healthcare organization in Baltimore, LifeBridge Health, has implemented Electronic Health Records systems and taken the added step to implement bar code technology at the patient point of care. LifeBridge Health consists of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and their subsidiaries and affiliated units. LifeBridge Health is one of the largest, most comprehensive, and most highly respected providers of healthcare in the Baltimore region.

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