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What is Barcode Verification?

Posted June 19, 2019
Avoid shipping chargebacks on broken barcodes with RJS Inspector 5000 barcode verifier.
From manufacturers to shipping and retailers, workers from across the industries use barcodes to track products. A failed barcode can slow down production lines, cause costly reprints, wasted labels, and shipping chargebacks. Barcode verification is the best way to ensure scannability to ensure that your barcodes gets scan correctly the first time, every time. Poor quality barcodes can cost you time, productivity, and money. When it comes to barcode verification, it is helpful to have a barcode verifier to enable the verification process where it grades the 1D or 2D barcodes to its industry ISO standards set from GS1. Barcode verifiers analyze the barcode and assign a quality grade to them usually with letter between A through F, where A is the best and F is the worst. A barcode with a C or above is consider a passing code to be used. Verification helps confirm that a code will be read and accepted anywhere and by any reader. It ensure the readability along the supply chain, correct formation of data, and prints reports listing grades to certify industry standards to be met in order to prevent product rejection and possible fines. When purchasing a barcode verifier, here are a few key questions to answer:
  • What type of barcodes do you need to verify? 1D or 2D?
  • Are you verifying codes for internal or contract compliance use?
  • How many barcodes needs to be verify daily?
  • Will you need printed records?
  • Will you need a traditional or ISO/ANSI verification?
For a flexible and cost effective barcode verifier, the RJS Inspector 5000 barcode verifier meets all your verification needs. Multiple scanner options are available; 2D camera (coming soon) ,auto optic scan head or laser scanner, this portable scanner is quickly adaptable and can be used in any environment. It follows the ISO 15416/ISO 15415 and ANSI X3.182 barcode inspection method with store and print capability. The verifier can easily be installed by the user and is easily assessed through a simple seven button user interface with large color LCD display.
Reduce misprinted barcodes and shipping chargebacks with the RJS Inspector 5000 barcode verifier.
Features:
  • Full ISO Analysis for 1D bar codes (2D coming soon)
  • Auto- discriminates between popular symbologies
  • Large color LCD display
  • Viewable scan reflectance profile
  • Bar coded data is broken down and explained in detail
  • Field upgradable firmware (free lifetime software upgrades)
  • Searchable database storage (1,000 inspection record) with time/ date stamp
Barcode analysis results will appear on screen with an audible tone and pass/fail notice to indicate if the barcode is up to standard. With optional report printer (or VCIR PC software) you can obtained a detailed hardcopy printout of the results. Making sure you have a solution that will verify to the quality and standards you need to meet is essential to getting the most out of your system. A proper verification system provides the insurance that your barcodes will scan at every level of the supply chain for increased efficiency and smooth customer/supplier relations. Contact Barcodes if you have any questions regarding barcode verification and we can start a verification procedure in your operations today.

6 Tips for Purchasing a Verifier

Posted October 17, 2014

2014-10-17_1349Compared to a standard barcode scanner, verifiers are more technically advanced devices and choosing an appropriate one for your needs requires some very specific concerns. Where a barcode scanner’s only goal is to simply read the barcode and transmit the embedded data, verifiers are analyzing and grading the actual print quality of the barcode. Most businesses never need to get into the nitty gritty of verification but for those that are distributing their products to other vendors like Walmart or the DOD there are heavy fines for sending barcodes that do not meet very requirements.

Verifiers not only are more technically advanced than regular scanners they also carry a much heftier price tag. These 6 tips will help guide you to a verifier that will meet your needs and get the most on your investment.

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