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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 CN75: Ultra- Rugged Mobile Computer

Posted November 28, 2017

Do you work in a warehouse or a harsh environment? Do you need a device that can provide you mobility and enough power to last a full work shift?  When working in a tough environment you will need a tough mobile device to help you on your daily tasks. Providing the choice of a Windows or Android operating system, the Honeywell’s CN75 and CN75e offers a wide range of flexibility with future proofing capabilities for application migration. It is specially designed for mobile field service workers who needs the ruggedness and accessibility while on the go. With smart battery technology that provides enough power to last a full work shift, there will be no down time during your operation.

Key Benefits:

  • Flexible OS Support- Supports Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 and Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating systems for flexible application support and migration.
  • Broad Network Coverage- Flexible network technology provides optimal network coverage and a superior solution for implementing least-cost routing strategies
  • Withstands 2.4m (8ft) drops to concrete IP67
  • Powerful, Integrated Barcode Scanning- Advanced barcode imaging technology with motion tolerance for snappy scanning
  • Broad Enterprise Compatibility- Full compatibility with printers, software, communications

Great for any types of operation from pick pack and ship, inventory, warehouse management, field services, transportation, and data collection.

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

 

 


Datalogic’s New PowerScan 9300 Industrial Barcode Scanners

Posted December 23, 2016

Datalogic has announced the release of the new PowerScan 9300 laser scanner series. This family of scanners further extends the industry’s leading rugged and industrial PowerScan 9000 series by combining the unique features and reliability of the PowerScan 9000 series together with laser reading performance to produce a bright and well-defined reading line together with extra-long range reading capabilities.

In the Manufacturing sector as wells as in T&L applications, laser technology still represents the most popular scanning option in 1D reading. In particular, when attempting to read out-of-range bar codes, laser scanning is still the most intuitive solution in distances up to 41.0 ft.

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Zebra’s 3600 Series Sets a New Standard in Rugged Barcode Scanners

Posted May 23, 2016

When it comes to capturing bar codes in rugged environments like the warehouse or manufacturing plant floor, every second counts—speed and accuracy is directly related to workforce productivity, throughput, and the quality of products and customer service.  Zebra’s New 3600 Ultra-Rugged Scanner Series is the industry’s first ultra-rugged line of corded and cordless industrial handheld scanners that set new benchmarks for rugged design, scanning performance and manageability.  The result is unstoppable performance—faster-and-farther-than-ever data capture, with unprecedented scanner uptime and a low total cost of ownership.

Ultra-Rugged Design
Just how rugged is the 3600 Ultra-Rugged Series?  When it comes to industrial strength, nobody does it better.  In fact, the 3600 Series offers the most indestructible design available today, with the highest drop, tumble and sealing specifications for comparable devices.  All scanners in this family offer an 8 ft. 2.4 m drop specification that is 23 percent more durable than any other scanner in this class.  These scanners continue to operate reliably—even after 5,000 tumbles.  Also, only the 3600 family offers IP67 sealing as well as two sealing ratings—IP67 plus IP65—making it dust-tight and waterproof.

Superior Performance
When it comes to scanning, the 3600 Series simply shines.  Built to out-class its competition in scanning performance, users get advanced scanning technology that enables the first-time every time capture of bar codes faster, farther and in practically any condition—under shrink wrap or damaged, dirty or poorly printed.  With six models to choose from, there is a 3600 model designed to meet the specific scanning needs in a warehouse or manufacturing plant.

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“Lux” Explained for Barcode Scanning

Posted May 17, 2016

The Granit user guide has a performance chart that says – “Granit 1980i/1981i Scanner Typical Performance (200 lux).   So what is this “lux” thing?

Lux is the amount of ambient light in the area.  A full sun, no clouds in the sky, summer day would be considered about 100,000 Lux.  A completely dark area with no ambient light at all would be 0 Lux.  A typical office environment is usually between 500 – 700 Lux.  Granit scanner are used typically in a warehouse which are usually dimmer than offices.  It would be safe to say that a warehouse would measure about 200 Lux of ambient lighting.


Zebra’s New Ultra-Rugged 3600 Series Barcode Scanners

Posted April 14, 2016

36x8Zebra has announced the release of their new 3600 Ultra-Rugged series of scanners. They are purpose-built to exceed industry standards for durability, scan performance and manageability in demanding industrial environments such as warehouses, distribution centers, manufacturing shop floors and do-it-yourself (DIY) retail stores.

1D and 2D versions of the 3600 series are available with corded and cordless options for fast, accurate performance in picking, packing, shipping, receiving, work in progress (WIP), inventory tracking, track and trace, cross docking and point of sale (POS) applications. Built to perform in extreme conditions, the ultra-rugged scanner series offers the industry’s highest drop, tumble and sealing specifications in its class and is the industry’s first IP67-rated scanner capable of enduring complete water immersion for up to 30 minutes.

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Datalogic’s New PowerScan PBT9500-DPM EVO Rugged Imager

Posted December 15, 2015

Datalogic PowerScan PBT9500-DPM ScannerDatalogic has recently announced that the PowerScan PBT9500-DPM Evo rugged handheld imager is now available.

The PowerScan DPM family is relying on the new enhanced Datalogic DPM decoding software and new electronics for improved results when scanning standard barcodes as well as bar codes marked with DPM (Direct Part Marking) technology.

Direct Part Marking is a process that allows users to imprint a bar code directly on an item instead of printing the code on a paper label. Different technologies are available to directly mark objects: laser/chemical etching, dot peening and ink jet printing. Each of these methods has specific advantages and disadvantages in terms of durability, cost and ease of reading. The PowerScan PBT9500-DPM Evo reader is a cordless rugged handheld area imager specifically addressed and capable of reading codes marked with DPM.

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Datalogic’s PowerScan PM9500-DK Imager With 16-Keys

Posted September 18, 2014

pm9500-dkThe PowerScan 9500 family of imagers represents the 2D handheld area imagers with rugged mechanics for industrial applications. Recently launched, the corded PD9500, the mobile PBT9500 with Bluetooth wireless technology and the PM9500 with STAR 2.0 Cordless System have already demonstrated their value in the field. With the introduction of the PM9500-DK with a full 16-key keyboard, the family is now complete offering an unequalled variety of models to satisfy the most demanding of customers with a model perfectly suited for their application requirements.

The PM9500-DK is equipped with a mobile telephone-like keyboard with direct access to numbers, while the alphanumeric characters are managed through a shift key. In addition, the 4 function keys are also configurable with single or multiple characters to increase the product versatility and to make repetitive actions easier and faster.

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CipherLab’s New 8600 Mobile Computer

Posted January 31, 2014

CipherLab will be attending 2014 NGA show, February 9-12 in Las Vegas, NV to demonstrate their Intelligent Order Entry solution with the latest mobile computer the 8600 series. The new mobile device can help you with an Intelligent Order Entry solution and/or a Telxon replacement solution. All of which can help your company control cost and boost productivity.

CipherLab’s economical 8600 Mobile Computer series deliver anywhere mobility in a ruggedized, ergonomic design, offering speedy barcode scanning via multiple wireless communication options. Its easy-to-use interface minimizes training requirements and supports a variety of software solutions including an “Intelligent Order Entry” solution which can replace most grocery wholesalers’ old Telxon, MSI and Symbol terminals. With this solution many wholesalers can add enhancing features like ‘discontinued item alerts’ as well as a ‘substitute item alert if available’ and two way communication, which will allow a master item file to be downloaded directly to the handheld.

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The New Datalogic PowerScan PBT9500

Posted November 6, 2013

Datalogic PowerScan PBT9500 ScannerThe PowerScan 9500 family of imagers represents the new 2D handheld area imagers with rugged mechanics for industrial applications. Recently launched, the corded PowerScan PD9500 models  have already demonstrated their value in the field. With this introduction of the cordless Bluetooth wireless technology radio model, PBT9500, the 9500 family will be enriched greatly and will allow users to have the freedom of mobility.

An intuitive and effortless scanning experience is the target of the PowerScan 9500 family: it is a blend of the Datalogic experience with optical systems, hardware architecture, decoding software and cordless technologies. The result is an area imager with outstanding performance in terms of snappiness and depth-of-field.

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