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Honeywell 8670 Named 2017 Innovation Award Winner by New Equipment Digest

Posted July 12, 2017

8670-2The new Honeywell 8670 Wireless Ring Scanner was chosen by New Equipment Digest as a 2017 Innovation Award winner for its design and ability to help industrial workers perform their task more efficiently.  Last year there were about 2,000 new products considered; 24 finalists; and 11 winners.  It’s a great honor!  Make sure you contact one of our Barcodes, Inc. experts to learn more about the Honeywell 8670.

Benefits of the 8670 Wireless Ring Scanner include:

  • Aggressive 2D Scanning
  • Ergonomic Design – Ergonomic two-piece design with a low profile and a light weight scanner piece
  • Soft finger and wrist straps improve comfort and eliminate hygiene concerns
  • Rugged Design
  • Bluetooth technology provides freedom of movement up to 10m from the host. Pairs with PCs, laptops and mobile devices running Apple, Android or Windows OS

Battery-Free Cordless Scanning with Honeywell

Posted June 22, 2017

bfscannersWireless scanners have become commonplace in many retail environments for the convenience they provide by removing a cable from the picture. All cordless scanners have a battery in them that is often the main point of wear on the device and requires several hours to fully charge on many models.  It may seem that the battery is an unavoidable consequence of being wireless but Honeywell is leading the way towards a more environmentally friendly scanner that also requires less maintenance long term.

Shedding the traditional battery pack, Honeywell has introduced their Super-Capacitor technology on their Xenon 1902g-bf and Voyager 1202g-bf scanners. Super-Capacitors are capable of achieving a full charge in less than two minutes via the standard USB port or under 30 seconds when using a powered USB port or external wall adapter. After a quick charge the Voyager 1200g-bf can scan at least 100 codes while the Xenon 1902g-bf can read at least 450 codes.

This sort of quick and easy charging feature makes these scanners ideal for applications centered around POS, workstations and counters – for example, as the secondary scanner to a bioptic (in-counter) scanner, or in support of shipping and receiving functions at warehouses. With no battery, a common maintenance hassle is removed and the scanner is lighter and more environmentally friendly.

Both scanners are built on the proven Voyager and Xenon platform offering superior scanning performance on linear and 2D barcodes respectively. With multiple-interface options, these scanners are plug-in-player ready to start inputting scanned data into any application.

For assistance finding the right battery-free scanner for your needs, contact us at Barcodes Inc.


Out-of-Range Alarm for Honeywell Scanners

Posted June 15, 2017

Honeywell Granit 1911i ScannerCordless scanners provide a world of convenience with their ease of mobility. Unfortunately, one drawback of being untethered to computer is that it now becomes possible to misplace your scanner. Especially in applications with multiple cordless scanners, it is very easy to lose track of one during the hustle of the work day.

Honeywell has a great feature for all their devices that helps customers keep track of their wireless scanners. However, it is a feature that will not work out of the box. Using the programming guide that come with each scanner you can set the following step to enable an out-of-range alarm.

  • Out-of-Range Alarm is set to “No Alarm” by default.  You have to turn it on by setting the time out duration to > 0.
  • Both the base and the scanner sound off on the Xenon, but only the scanner for the Granit.
  • Alarm duration is programmable (0-3,000 seconds).
  • The alarm stops when the scanner is moved closer to the base, when the base connects to another scanner, or when the alarm duration expires.

AirTrack’s S2-W – Cordless Scanning for Multiple Industries

Posted May 24, 2017

AirTrack S2-W ScannerThe applications using 2D barcodes continues to expand from couponing and loyalty cards to shipping and product labels.  Now, with more affordable pricing and virtually no drawbacks with area imaging technology, 2D barcode scanners are in high demand as businesses begin to futureproof their scanning technology and optimize their marketing capabilities with QR and other 2D barcodes.

AirTrack’s new S2-W brings all the benefits of a 2D imager and cordless scanner in an affordable package for retail, hospitality, logistics/warehouse, and manufacturing environments. Easily scan any barcode type and transmit the data with the convenience of Bluetooth connectivity. Improve the effectiveness of any application with the unmatched performance of the S2-W.

  • Long distance, stable Bluetooth connection
  • Easy to connect to your phone or computer
  • Rich decoding types and long battery life
  • Keyboard that supports more than 20 languages
  • Fast and accurate scanning
  • Ergonomic design to prevent strain from extended operation
  • Durable anti-shock design

Honeywell Simplifies Healthcare Scanning with the New Enhanced Xenon 1902h

Posted April 14, 2015

Honeywell Enhanced Xenon 1902h ScannerWhen Every Minute Counts, Easy-To-Use Mobile Technology Allows Nurses To Streamline Bedside Care

As mobile devices continue to make their way into the hands of nurses across hospitals and doctor’s offices, Honeywell’s full healthcare solutions suite designed with nurses and medical professionals in mind will be on display at HIMSS, April 12−16, in booth #3017 at Chicago’s McCormick Place.

Designed specifically to aid nurses and medical professionals in improving their workflows, Honeywell’s new Enhanced Xenon 1902h Wireless Area-Imaging Scanner, which builds upon its sixth-generation Adaptus area-imaging technology, is the company’s newest solution to drive improved operations in patient care.
Unrivaled Scanning Performance and New Nighttime Features

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Code Announces Fully Integrated Wi-Fi Imaged-Based Bar Code Reader

Posted March 25, 2013

Code announced plans to launch its newest offering; a fully integrated Wi-Fi image based bar code reader this spring. The technology will be added to the existing Code Reader 2600 (CR2600), which raised the industry bar for image based decoding and omnidirectional reading of both 1D and 2D bar codes when it launched in the fall of 2012. Garrett Russell, vice-president of marketing at Code stressed the clear benefits to users: “With the introduction of Code Wi-Fi readers, companies now have a long range option for added mobility, increased security and greater profitability”.

The Code Reader 2600 available in Bluetooth and now Wi-Fi versions give users the flexibility to select a mobile bar code reading solution that best fits their present and future needs. The Code Reader 2600 Wi-Fi version will allow businesses to increase coverage range that were once restricted to Bluetooth, enabling real-time communication over existing Wi-Fi networks.

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Introducing the Unitech MS910 Wireless Scanner

Posted September 18, 2012

Do you need to scan barcode data into your Smartphone or Tablet quickly and easily? Then check out the Unitech MS910 mini wireless Bluetooth barcode scanner.

Unitech launched its ultra compact or mini barcode reader the MS910, which is being recognized as the smallest and most elegant design in its class. The MS910 is an “out of the box” data collection solution as well as a stylish accessory. It provides the convenience of wireless technology with the simplicity of a single-button scanning design which makes barcode data collection simple, reliable and efficient for all users. Furthermore, the MS910 features Unitech’s high speed decoder paired with an aggressive scan engine, which provides outstanding scanning performance up to 240 scans per second.

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New Wireless Rugged Pocket Scanner From Wasp – WWS100i

Posted August 10, 2012

Wasp Technologies is launching the new WWS100i Wireless Pocket Barcode Scanner. The scanner offers cordless operability via mobile device, and a tablet PC or smartphone can be used to remotely update or monitor asset and inventory items.

At just 15 ounces, the WWS100i fits into a pocket and can read poorly printed or damaged barcodes with a print contrast ratio (PCR) as low as 30 percent. The device can withstand five-foot drops to concrete and can handle up to 5,000 scans on a single charge of its rechargeable lithium-ion battery.

Available immediately, the WWS100i has a list price of $195. For more information, contact us.