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Honeywell’s Wearable Solution for the Dolphin 75e Mobile Computer

Posted November 17, 2017

75e-wearableThe Dolphin 75e alone is a versatile multimodal device that can deliver significant operational gains and flexibility for the enterprise. With a sleek and pocketable design this handheld mobile computer is still durable enough for tough work environments featuring an IP67 rating for protection from dust and water and can withstand multiple drops to concrete of 4 feet (1.2 m). With flexible support for either Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise or Android 6.0 Marshmallow, enterprises will have the option to choose which OS best suits their needs. The Dolphin 75e comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 2.26 GHz quad-core CPU that enables more robust application performance at better speeds and power efficiencies.

Combine the Dolphin 75e with the 8620 Ring Scanner and the comfortable watchband style armband and you’ll get yourself the Dolphin 75e Wearable Solution, a solution that will help increase productivity and throughput. The ergonomic ring scanner is based on an industry grade imager that provides high-performance scanning of linear and 2D barcodes. With Honeywell‘s Adaptus 6 imaging and decoding technology the 8620 Ring Scanner provides fast decode speeds, excellent motion tolerance and improved scanning performance on poor quality or damaged barcodes. With new soft rubber finger straps that are very comfortable and impervious to moisture so as to not absorb sweat. With quick and interchangeable finger straps that allow for easy cleaning and the ability for each user to have their own straps as to not share between shifts.  Using the rugged, enterprise-class Dolphin 75e mobile computer with purpose-built wearable accessories provides a new approach to enabling hands-free operations.


Honeywell’s Captuvo Sleds for Apple iPhone, iPod, and iPad Mini

Posted November 10, 2017

Transform your iPhone, iPod, and iPad mini into an enterprise- ready device with Honeywell’s Captuvo Sleds, equipping your workers to improve workflow and performance. Check out the features below of the all the sleds and see how it can fit into your daily operation to help you increase productivity and improve customer experience.

Captuvo SL22h

  • The Captuvo series features an integrated scanner paired with Adaptus Imaging Technology 6.0, delievering fast and accurate reading linear or 2D.
  • Employees can easily have instant access to product information and enables customer checkout anywhere in the store.
  • Optional Encryption Ready Magnetic Stripe Reader to facilitate quick and easy sales transaction

 

 

SL22 Series For iPod touch 5th GenerationCaptuvo SL42
SL42 Series For iPhone 5 and 5s
  • Protective housing provides added durability to the iPhone
  • Provides up to 60% additional power to last a full shift
  • Easy DL software to parse barcode data found on identification cards for age verification, loyalty, membership or electronic forms

 

 

Captuvo SL62 ESL 42 Series For iPhone6 and 6Plus

 

  • Available also for the iPad Mini, compact and easy to hold with one hand. The Captuvo SL62 is compatible with various applications such as price and product look up, inventory management, and purchases at point of sale.

 

 

SL62 For iPad Mini

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Honeywell’s New Barcode Printers

Posted October 31, 2017

Check out Honeywell‘s small yet powerful barcode printers!
For any questions or a quote on any of your printing needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.

New Honeywell Barcode Printers


Honeywell’s New Mobile Computers: EDA50, CN75, CK75

Posted October 24, 2017

With the windows embedded operating systems’ support coming to an end soon, now is a great time to plan for the future. It’s important to look into an alternate operating system. Arguably the most flexible and capable OS solution for future devices would be Android. Here are Honeywell‘s latest mobile computer additions, the ScanPal EDA50, CN75, and the CK75 all with an android operating system.  Take a look at the devices below with their features to see how they can optimize productivity in your facility.


Honeywell Introduces the MP Series Industrial Label Printers

Posted October 18, 2017

mp-seriesHoneywell’s MP Series Industrial Label Printers are a set of rugged and easy-to-use industrial printers. The MP Series can do as much as the large industrial printers but only need a fraction of the space. With an all-metal casing that makes them ideal for harsh industrial environments, these Honeywell printers are quiet and small enough to operate in low noise environments, including offices or hospitals. The MP Series comes in two models, the MP Nova and the MP Compact.

The MP Nova printers occupy less than half the space of traditional industrial label printers allowing users to retain valuable work space. The MP Nova printers can be used in almost any orientation, including the ability to be mounted upside down. With Large, easy-to-manage levers, single-handed media removal, and open covers make the MP Nova the next generation in ergonomic printer engineering that saves money, time, and space.

The MP Compact has a small footprint and takes up little room in smaller crowded areas with ability to be mounted on walls, manufacturing lines, and mobile trolleys. An option for the MP Compact comes with 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless LAN making it easy to connect to networks and to use mobile printing operations such as a forklift.

MP Nova Features and Benefits:

  • Increased operational uptime with easy media loading.
  • Large media capacity allows for maximum productivity.
  • Available in 102 mm (4 in) and 152 mm (6 in) sizes as well as Direct Thermal (DT) and Thermal Transfer (TT) models.
  • The printers support IPL, DPL, Labelpoint and PL-Z languages, allowing them to easily replace competitive printers.

MP Compact Features and Benefits:

  • Label retrieval time is reduced when the MP Compact printers are mounted on a forklift.
  • Large media capacity allows for maximum productivity.
  • The printers are easily mounted on mobile assets such as manufacturing lines, mobile trolleys or forklifts.
  • The printers support DPL, Labelpoint and PL-Z languages, allowing them to easily replace competitive printers.
  • The printers offer a wireless connection option in addition to standard Ethernet.

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


An Enterprise Hybrid Device, Honeywell’s ScanPal EDA50

Posted October 11, 2017

scanpalThe ScanPal EDA50 will bring an exceptional user experience that provides real-time visibility into business-critical information. Workers on the retail floor will have the ability to access, as well as capture and send crucial business information in real time.

The Honeywell mobile computer is also an effective unified communications tool for healthcare professionals. Comes with ability to support Voice over Internet Protocol phone calls over hospitals’ wireless networks allowing you to save cost on cellular contracts.

The ScanPal EDA50 has an ergonomic easy-to-use modern touchscreen design with the latest advances in modern mobile technology. This mobile computer is designed to withstand heavy use and users can count on ample battery life for a full shift through superior battery management.

Features and Benefits:

  • Powerful Platform: An Industry leading Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU enables fast access to business-critical applications.
  • Large Touchscreen Display: Large, 5in (12.7) Corning Gorilla capacitive touchscreen is readable both indoors and outdoors, and works when used with wet hands.
  • Lightweight, Ergonomic Design: Lightweight design offering the user the perfect combination of durability, comfort, convenience and portability. Small enough to fit conveniently into a pocket.
  • Drop Specifications: 4ft (1.2M)
  • Long Battery Life: Featuring small battery technology, the ScanPal EDA50 device can power through a full shift and beyond.
  • Multiple-Device Connectivity: ScanPal EDA50 devices can be easily connected to multiple devices, enabling support for more use cases and applications.
  • VoIP Support: The ScanPal EDA50 device supports Voice over Internet Protocol over a wireless network.
  • IP54

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


Honeywell’s PB Series: Rugged Mobile Printers

Posted October 10, 2017

PB Series

Built to survive in the world of mobility demands, Honeywell’s PB series, rugged mobile printers will help your organization improve mobile productivity and efficiency. It’s just what you need for demanding applications in distribution, warehouse, in-store retail, and enterprise asset management.

The PB series is available in three different sizes capable of printing labels from 2-4 inches and with an adjustable media holder, the PB series can print receipts too. With its highly adaptable design, workers can easily change tasks without changing equipment. The rugged design of the PB22, PB32, and PB50 mobile printer means dependable performance- day after day.

Features and Benefits:

Flexible Media Options (2-4 inches print width)

  • Fast 4 ips (101.6 mm/sec) print speed and time-to-first-label drive worker productivity and accuracy.
  • 5ft (1.5m) drop spec and IP54 seal rating
  • Sophisticated sensors and intuitive LCD display minimize wasted time troubleshooting
  • Secure wire and wireless communication options (Bluetooth, WLAN, USB, and serial)
  • Unique design elements such as label gap and label take sensors help maintain productivity while reducing waste.

 


Infographic: Honeywell’s Battery Free Barcode Scanners

Posted October 5, 2017

Honeywell’s Voyager 1202g-bf and Xenon 1902g-bf both incorporate the latest in battery-free technology, all while offering the freedom of Bluetooth wireless technology and without the long recharge time associated with traditional batteries. Both Scanners deliver aggressive barcode scanning performance even on poor quality or damaged barcodes.

The Voyager 1202g-bf Bluetooth technology allows the user the freedom to move around up to 33 feet away from the base in the right environment. It’s an ideal scanner for applications where occasional wireless scanning is a need. Voyager is a plug-and-play scanner that features a multi-interface design with automatic interface detection.

The Xenon 1902g-bf offers fast and accurate scanning from up to 33 feet away from the base without the recharge time, expense, and environmental impact of a battery. An ideal scanner for applications centered around POS, workstations, and counters.
Honeywell - Battery free barcode scanners


Honeywell’s CK75: An Ultra-Rugged Mobile Computer

Posted September 25, 2017

ck75-2Honeywell’s new ultra-rugged mobile computer is built from premium, industrial materials giving it a balance of ruggedness and duty cycle. The CK75 is a perfect fit for any warehouse or distribution environment with features that focus on enabling flexibility and agility. With workload demands always shifting unexpectedly the CK75 gives workers the flexibility to quickly transition to tasks that require near or far scanning, speech, voice, and image capture; this saves valuable time from workers having to find and reorient themselves on unfamiliar devices.

CK75 Features:

  • Supports Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 and Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating systems for flexible application support and migration.
  • Withstands 2.4 m (8 ft) drops to concrete, 2,000 1 m (3.3 ft) tumbles and has an IP67 seal rating against water and dust.
  • Industry’s fastest and farthest imaging engine delivers superior motion tolerance and barcode read performance.
  • Optional Cold Storage version includes touch screen and scan window heaters to support use for extended periods in freezers as well as transitions into and out of freezer areas

Call one of our representatives for a quote on the CK75.


Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate

Posted September 22, 2017

eldWhat you need to know?

In 2012, the United States Congress enacted the “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” bill, which included a provision requiring the FMCSA to develop a rule mandating the use of Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs). The purpose of the ELD was to electronically record a driver’s Record of Duty Status (RODS), which replaces the paper log book that drivers use to record their compliance with Hours of Service (HOS) requirements. In December 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) published the final electronic logging device rule, or ELD Mandate. In accordance with the mandate, fleets have until December 2017 to implement certified ELDs to record HOS. Additionally, fleets that are already equipped with ELD technology will have until December 2019 to ensure compliance with the published specifications.

What does an ELD do?

ELDs installed in motor vehicles can monitor and record a whole host of data about the vehicle and its driver that go beyond RODS – from Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports (DVIR) to driver behavior reporting on speeding, idling, and hard braking. Many systems are capable of integrating map and route optimization solutions as well, which can help drivers navigate through the best routes on any given day.

What are the benefits of ELD?

Besides being in compliance and avoiding heavy fees, many fleets are already seeing the benefits of ELDs, such as:

  • Saves the drive time by reducing paperwork
  • Keeps a dispatcher updated on a driver’s status, while letting them plan for loads better in light of HOS compliance needs
  • Reduces the hassle of keeping a paper
  • Tracks a driver’s HOS electronically
  • Ensures drive segments are capture through being “integrally synchronized” with a truck’s engine
  • Synchronizes driver with fleet manager by passing data to a system where one can see e-logs in a near real-time basis
  • Save money by reducing fuel costs

Can I use rugged smartphones and tablets instead?

Knowing that there is a cost burden associated with adopting new technology, the FMCSA has authorized the use of rugged handhelds, smartphones, and tablets as the system as a whole meets ELD requirements, including a hardwired connection to the truck’s engine. This helps address the start-up costs associated with some of the HOS compliance systems. Furthermore, most truck drivers are already using rugged devices as part of their other operations, such as direct store delivery, signature capture, route optimization, and inventory management. They also allow the drivers the flexibility to choose from a wide range of mobile devices that they are comfortable using.

What are some mobile device options?

While there are hundreds of devices to choose from, here are some of the newest technologies that are ideal for the on-the-go driver:

To learn more about the ELD Mandate or to get a free consultation on an ELD hardware and software solution, reach out to one of our Barcodes, Inc. representatives.


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