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Honeywell Barcode Scanners: An Assortment of Options to Fit Any Environment

Posted May 16, 2018

When it comes to choosing a barcode scanner you have an assortment of options at your fingertips. Honeywell has made it a priority to design scanners that function in every environment. Honeywell’s barcode scanners come in many different shapes, sizes, and functionality. From industrial scanners, pocket scanners, hand-held scanners, hands-free scanners, to many more.

1280i-1The Granit 1280i is an industrial, full-range scanner with the capability to read 1D barcodes up to 54 ft (16.5 m) and as close as 3.5 in (8.9 cm).  Can read virtually any linear barcodes from poor quality 7.5 mil paper codes to 100 mil retro-reflective and anything in between. As part of the Granit series of scanners, the 1280i has an IP65 rating making it dust tight and water-resistant. Built to survive 50 drops to concrete from 6.5 ft (2 m) and 5,000 tumbles of 3.2 ft (1 m).

Granit 1280i Features:

  • Rubberized casing to reduce damage from falls and tumbles.
  • Built for common challenges in different vertical markets and environments.
  • Designed for fast-paced, high-volume barcode scanning.
  • Outstanding scan performance on poor quality and damaged barcodes.
  • Equipped with bright LEDs, enhanced beeper volume, and vibrating tactile response for confirmation of “good reads.”

The Xenon 1902g-bf is a battery free wireless area-imager scanner. Combine the freedom of Bluetooth low energy wireless technology with the qualities of the Xenon family and you get an aggressive barcode scanner that can scan even the poorest quality or damaged barcodes. The 1902g-bf has the ability to scan over 450 barcodes on a single charge; it can be recharged in less than 60 seconds via a powered USB port. Need a quick charge? Just place the scanner in the base and in 20 seconds the LED will flash notifying the user of sufficient power to support 100 scans.

Xenon 1902g-bf Features:

  • Fully charges in under two minutes with a simple USB connection, under 60 seconds when a powered USB or External power supply is used.
  • Two independent configurable recharge alerts remind the user to place scanner back on the base for charging.
  • Designed to withstand 50, 6 ft (1.8 m) drops to concrete.
  • IP41 Environmental Sealing.

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Honeywell’s 1980i and 1981i are a Rugged Set of Scanners

Posted August 15, 2017

1980i-1981iThe Granit 1980i (wired) and the 1981i (wireless) are area-imaging scanners capable of reading 1D and 2D barcodes from as close as 6 inches (15 cm) up to 50 feet away(15m). As a member of the Granit Series of scanners, the 1980i and the 1981i are built to withstand the varied demands of harsh distribution centers and warehouse environments. With an unmatched range and the option of wireless freedom, these rugged Honeywell scanners will maximize operator productivity. Fork truck operators equipped with vehicle-mounted mobile computers, such as the Honeywell Thor series, will appreciate how the full range scanning capability allows them to remain seated, and thus more productive, while scanning barcodes at extended ranges. The integrated Bluetooth technology will allow the operators complete freedom of movement up 328 feet (100m) from the base station.

1980i/1981i Features

  • Full-Range Area-Imaging Performance: Scan virtually all 1D and 2D barcodes from 6 in (15 cm) to over 50 ft (15 m) away.
  • Built Granit Tough: Tested to withstand the toughest environments, the 1980i and 1981i are rated IP65 and can withstand 5,000 tumbles from 3.2 ft (1 m) and 50 drops to concrete from 6.5 ft (2 m).
  • Easy to Use: A laser-spot aimer, omni-directional scanning, and features such as center-decode take the guesswork out of scanning at extended ranges.
  • Single Scanning Solution: Can replace and consolidate multiple purpose-built scanners in typical distribution center and warehouse environments.

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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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Top Honeywell Scanners – Infographic

Posted November 14, 2013

Honeywell ScannersWith a long standing history in imaging technology, Honeywell has been providing some of the most capable and aggressive scanners available today. From handheld corded units to fully rugged cordless and presentation models, Honeywell has a scanner to fit the needs of any application. This infographic is a great overview of Honeywell’s most popular and widely used models.

For assistance finding the right Honeywell scanner for your needs, contact us at BarcodesInc.

 


Datalogic is Now 40 Years Old!

Posted October 24, 2012

Datalogic is celebrating its 40th birthday. Thanks to Romano Volta’s vision and initiative, this small Auto-ID company that started out in a church rectory on the outskirts of Bologna, Italy, in 1972, is now a colossus with over 2,400 employees in 30 countries, more than 1,000 patents and a partner network that reaches every corner of the world.

This milestone was reached thanks to Datalogic’s constant commitment to delivering world-class, reliable and innovative solutions, which – over the past four decades – has led the company to the status it enjoys today as a global expert in Automatic Identification technology. “The key to our overall success and optimum sales growth year-on-year has first and foremost been our reputation for knowing our customers and understanding their needs,” stated Mauro Sacchetto, Datalogic Group’s CEO.

With a wide range of products from handheld scannersmobile computers, and fixed readers, Datalogic has devices for any application.

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Keeping Your Business I-Safe

Posted August 17, 2012

LXE MX9HL Mobile ComputerMobile computers and barcode scanners can be found in every type of business and environment today.  Especially in manufacturing  locations, dust has become a big concern for many companies.  It may seem insignificant at first but many materials can become very combustible when they are in very small, dust-like particles.  Plastics, resins, and even sugar can become a dangerous hazard when in dust form. These small particles are very easy to ignite with a simple spark that could be generated by a scanner or mobile device.

Organizations such as OSHA and the  U.S. Chemical Safety Board have begun to push for greater regulation and stricter requirements to ensure the safety of every work environment.  One of the easiest things you can do is ensure all scanning devices you use in dust filled environments are rated as I-Safe.  Devices like the Honeywell MX9HL are completely sealed from dust and are certified for nonincendive electrical equipment that can be used hazardous locations. Getting the right device can be the difference between safety and lost lives.

For a more detailed review of what to be concerned with in a dust prone environment this article is a great place to start.

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Code Releases The New CR2600

Posted August 3, 2012

Code Corporation announced the launch of the Code Reader 2600 (CR2600). The CR2600 introduces new high performance bar code reading technologies which results in unequaled, unmatched bar code reading performance.

With an aggressive scan engine, the CR2600 decodes 1D and 2D bar codes faster and features patented technologies including dual field optics and glare reducing technology. The CR2600 is available in both palm and handled configurations, and features durable quick-release, rechargeable, battery cartridges. The newly designed battery cartridge accurately measures charge level and displays battery life using a fuel gauge indicator.

The disinfectant ready housing and IP65 sealing of the CR2600 prevents plastic degradation and securely protects electronics and optics. The CR2600 is both rugged and durable and ideal for applications in 24/7, 365, high traffic environments such as healthcare, retail, and manufacturing

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Socket Mobile Introduces Bluetooth Cordless Barcode Scanner for 7Ci Apple iPhones and iPads

Posted February 21, 2012

Affordable barcode scanner offers businesses more opportunities to deploy customized data collection applications with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Socket Mobile, announced the upcoming availability of the Socket Bluetooth® Cordless Hand Scanner (CHS) 7Ci, a low-cost barcode scanner for the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. The CHS 7Ci expands upon Socket Mobile’s popular CHS Series 7 line of barcode scanners by providing an affordable option for reading 1D barcodes into Apple devices that is also backed by an optional software development kit.

The Socket CHS 7Ci is a 1D imager-based barcode reader that can decode both printed barcodes and barcodes displayed on device screens. It features a special authentication chip to enable two-way communications with Apple devices, making SDK support for Apple iOS possible.

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Motorola DS3500-ER Industrial Barcode Scanner Improves Goya Foods Flexibility and Productivity

Posted February 6, 2012

Motorola Solutions, unveiled the rugged DS3500-ER series of extended range scanners offering the flexibility to easily scan and capture barcode information from both near and extended distances for warehouse management and other applications in the harshest industrial environments.

“With the ability to scan both 1D and 2D barcodes from near and far distances, the DS3500-ER series is a perfect fit for Goya Foods’ distribution business. The DS3500-ER helps improve worker productivity with its flexibility to be used for a variety of tasks in different environments,” Luis Ramos, general manager, Goya Foods.

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Honeywell Introduces Stratos 2700 Hybrid Bioptic Barcode Scanner and Optimus 5900 RFID Mobile Computer

Posted January 24, 2012

Honeywell announced the introduction of several innovative offerings that bring new levels of productivity to retailers: the Stratos 2700 hybrid bioptic barcode scanner and the Optimus 5900 RFID mobile computer The company’s holistic portfolio meets the evolving needs of retailers from the front end to the back end of their operations, including warehouse and distribution center solutions from the recently acquired LXE.

“In an effort to address the key pain points our customers tell us they have, our enhanced product and software portfolio delivers new ways to streamline automated data capture and management in retail,” said Taylor Smith, director of product management, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility (HSM). “Today’s introductions—from revolutionizing the check-out experience with our enhanced hybrid bioptic scanning solution to our entrance into the RFID space—demonstrate our ongoing commitment to meeting the growing needs of our retail customers.”

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