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Datalogic Discontinues the QuickScan QD2110 and QD2130

Posted February 1, 2016

With the introduction of advanced technology in recent new QuickScan product launches, Datalogic has announced the obsolescence of their QuickScan QD2100 scanner series.

To replace this older model, Datalogic highly recommends migrating customers to the QuickScan QD2131 linear imagers. Datalogic will be able to deliver a better price performance product to meet customer needs with the newer QD2131 imager, just launched in September of last year.

The newer QuickScan QD2131 linear imager has improvements in the following features:

  • Longer Depth of Field (DOF)
  • Wider Field of View (FOV)
  • Longer, sharper and brighter scan line
  • Better look and feel (same as the QuickScan 2D QD2400)
  • Shared peripherals (accessories) with the QuickScan 2D QD2400 product family

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Datalogic’s New QuickScan QBT2131 Cordless Linear Imager

Posted June 2, 2015

Datalogic has announced a new addition to their popular QuickScan family of bar code readers – the QuickScan QBT2131 linear imager.

Linear bar codes still hold a relevant position in the data capture marketplace. The new cordless imager has an extra-wide field of view and extra-long scan line that enables the reading of long bar codes at closer distances. The sharp and highly visible scan line, coupled with the enhanced depth of field, ensures bar codes read at intuitive distances.

The QuickScan QBT2131 reader employs Bluetooth Wireless Technology allowing transmission of data to the host through its base station as well as to any commercial or embedded Bluetooth v3.0 device. This imager can also be connected to any tablet using either iOS or Android operating systems via the Bluetooth HID profile.

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Introducing the Auto-Switching Flexible Stand for the Datalogic QD2400 Series

Posted August 6, 2014

Datalogic has recently announced the release of a new stand for the QuickScan QD2400 2D handheld area imager.

This new stand combines the flexible neck of the basic stand (part number STD-QD24) with the automatic switching capability between handheld and hands-free/presentation of the auto-sense stand (part number STD-AUTOQD24). The new auto-flex stand provides an additional and versatile solution for auto-switching between handheld and hands-free scanning.

A new kit (part number QD2430-BKK10X-C540) has been created which includes the QD2430-BK, a USB cable, and the new auto-flex switching stand.

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Datalogic Announces their New QuickScan QW2100 Linear Imager

Posted October 2, 2013

Datalogic QuickScan I Lite QW2100 ScannerDatalogic has announced the worldwide availability of the QuickScan QW2100 linear imager. Since its original limited availability release to some markets in early 2012, over several hundreds of thousands of QW2100 have been sold in less than 2 years. This product has been well received by the customers within these regions and offers a strong, mature foundation for this worldwide release.

Datalogic believes in developing products that are based on various key points such as technological advancements, market trends, customer needs and the customer return on investments (ROI) requirements. Datalogic has over 40 years of experience in developing ADC products. Building upon its position as a leading pioneer of imaging technology, Datalogic continues to be in the forefront of linear and area imaging technologies for the corresponding markets. While there are specific market needs that may dictate the use of a laser bar code scanner, linear imager technology is able to offer multiple alternative 1D scanning options such as: solid state construction, which ensures no moving parts and less percentage of mechanical failures, ability to scan codes from mobile phones and computer screens, bright and more visible scan line, and an excellent price/performance ratio in the marketplace. In recognizing the varying market and investment needs of their customers, Datalogic offers a portfolio that spans multiple ADC linear imaging solutions.

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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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The Quickscan I Scanner Streamlines the Blood Donation Process in Russia

Posted April 25, 2013

Datalogic QuickScan I QD2100 Barcode ScannerThe National Blood Service in Russia assures the supply of high quality blood to medical institutions. This public entity coordinates blood centers all over Russia, making sure the blood donation process, including transportation and storage, is performed correctly. In addition, it assures the proper use of blood components and preparations.

The Challenge
One important part of the blood donation process is collecting data about the donor. The medical assistant must enter pertinent information about the donor and the quantity and quality of the blood collected in an electronic database. In the past, each region of Russia handled its territory’s database separately from the others. However, to assure quality control throughout the country, the National Blood Service determined that these records should be available to all regions. An automated system needed to be created in order to allow the entire work cycle to be kept under control.

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