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Honeywell’s ScanPal EDA51 Power Packed for All Day Performance

Posted April 15, 2019
Honeywell's ScanPal EDA51 mobile computer scanning a package ready for delivery
Larger organizations are putting small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) under a pressure that’s unlike anything they’ve seen before. They need to quickly improve customer service, increase productivity, and fulfill channel demands in order to compete. Fortunately, Honeywell has a tool with advanced technology capable of helping SMBs and their mobile workforce to get more done in less time and enable them to offer a better customer experience.  The Honeywell ScanPal EDA51, has a full touchscreen handheld mobile computer built on the Android operating system. The intuitive and easy to use design was made with the perfect combination and balance of features to support light-duty applications in Direct to Store Delivery, Field Service, Retail, and Pickup and Delivery. The Honeywell Mobile Computer was designed with the best in-class N6603 imager scan engine to easily capture hard to read barcodes, even those that have been damaged. Running Android O operating system and is upgradeable to Android Q operating system to give SMBs flexibility and built-in investment protection.
Honeywell EDA51 Enterprise Android touch mobile computer
ScanPal EDA51 Features
  • QualComm Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor
  • Removable 4000 mAh Lithium-Ion battery pack that lasts 12 hours
  • Backward-compatible with ScanPal EDA50 Accessories
  • 13-Megapixel auto-focus color camera
  • Withstands multiple 4-foot (1.2 m) drops to concrete
  • IP64 sealing
  • 2 GB RAM / 16 GB Flash
  • Acceleration, Light, and Proximity Sensor
For any questions or a quote on any of your mobile computing needs please contact us at Barcodes, Inc.

Zebra TC20 and TC25 Mobile Computers Improves Productivity

Posted February 22, 2019
Zebra TC20 in use scanning a barcode
When you need a mobile computer that can help you work smarter and faster look no further than Zebra Technologies TC20/TC25. Designed to look, feel and act just like today’s most popular consumer smartphones; with business features that surpass consumer smartphones the TC20/TC25 save time and money, increase sales and boost profitability. A mobile computer specifically made for the Small to Medium sized business in mind. Built for all day use these Zebra mobile computers are designed to stay in the hands of users to keep productivity going. Low battery? Just snap on the unique PowerPack and keep on going; the integrated LED lights allows users to easily see the PowerPack’s remaining battery life. With smartphones, capturing a barcode can turn into an endless task; that’s why Zebra had the TC20/TC25 designed with a scanner inside.
Zebra TC20
Zebra TC20 Mobile Computer
  • Designed for Retail, Hospitality and Light Warehouse applications.
  • Take inventory levels painlessly, at record speed.
  • RFID capable with the RFD2000.
  • Keep the items your customers want on the shelves of your store instead of the backroom.
  • Answer any customer question on the spot.
  • Reach any worker to help with any task with the press of a button.
  • Give customers the extraordinary service that results in loyalty, with a small business mobile computer designed for the way you work.
zebra tc25 mobile computer
Zebra TC25 Mobile Computer
  • Designed for Field Service, DSD/Route Accounting and Postal/Light Courier applications.
  • Durable design – drop it on the floor and use it the cold, heat, rain and snow and it still works.
  • Get the information you need faster than ever to slash the time it takes to perform all those everyday tasks.
  • The right service programs for the right price, easily keep your devices up and running and in users’ hands.
  • The fastest cellular speeds, delivering fast application access and great voice quality.
Using the right tool for the job is important and in this on-demand world customers won’t wait. The TC20 and TC25 are powerful tools to help users work longer without recharging, faster without losing accuracy and harder without worrying about wear and tear. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about how the TC20 or TC25 can help you in your daily operations.

Datalogic’s New DL-Axist Android-based Mobile Computer

Posted June 9, 2016

Datalogic’s newest addition to their mobile computing line is the DL-Axist PDA is a rugged PDA with Android and a brilliant full touch 5 inch screen.  With industrial robustness, this PDA survives most any indoor or outdoor environment. This PDA has a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 touchscreen and scan window; the optional protective rubber boot delivers additional protection.

The DL-Axist PDA is equipped with a multi-purpose 2D imager providing quick and easy data capture from high density codes at standard distances, and includes Datalogic’s patented ‘Green Spot’ technology for good-read feedback. An autofocus camera with a built-in LED flash is standard providing easy photo capture for applications requiring image documentation.

FEATURES

  • 5 inch HD multi-touch screen with Gorilla Glass 3
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n with MIMO technology and Cisco CCX v4 certified
  • 3G/4G cellular for voice and data communication
  • Bluetooth wireless technology v4.0 with BLE for beacons
  • NFC for configuration and pairing
  • Enterprise Class Assisted GPS for location-based applications
  • IP67 rating and 1.8 m / 6.0 drop resistance

APPLICATIONS

  • Retail: Assisted Sales, Mobile POS, Stock Management
  • T&L: Route Accounting, Direct Store Delivery, Field Sales and Service
  • Hospitality/Entertainment: Ticket Verification, Table Waiting

Honeywell Acquires Movilizer, Leader in Simplifying Operations for Remote Connected Workers

Posted April 11, 2016

logosHoneywell has completed its acquisition of privately held Movilizer, which created one of the world’s first cloud platforms for field service applications. Movilizer is used by remote workers performing service or maintenance, sales and distribution, and warehousing activities away from the office. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Movilizer’s cloud software enables a distributed workforce to create, deploy and manage workflow solutions – whether at the point of sale, in the field, in a warehouse or distribution center. Customers can seamlessly collect, transmit and analyze data generated by their workers on their existing information technology (IT) systems, enabling them to harness the power of their workforce from anywhere to best serve the needs of their end customers.

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Case Study: Noble Expands on Growth Curve with Honeywell Solutions

Posted February 25, 2016

Since Noble Plumbing Supply and Trade Plumbing Supply merged to form Noble in 1997, the wholesale supplier of plumbing, HVAC, hydronics, industrial, building maintenance and fire protection products, has grown to more than 50 branches and counting, becoming the largest wholesaler in the greater Toronto area and one of the largest in all of Ontario. With recent expansion into both Quebec and British Columbia, Noble now has more than 200 delivery trucks and 24-hour service.

With growth came the need for a better proof of delivery (POD) system. The company also looked to automate its shipping and receiving process to streamline overall operations. They engaged Intermec by Honeywell and Nuway Software, a custom software solutions provider, to implement a new technology solution for improved signature capture and better shipping, receiving and scanning capabilities.

The solution? A custom software solution from Nuway Software coupled with the Intermec by Honeywell CN50 handheld mobile computer.

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Rugged Tablet Selection Made Easy

Posted March 16, 2015

Finding a rugged tablet that best fits your application and environmental needs is key to ensuring you get the best performance and long term value from your investment.  Given the wide range of features and options available for each model, getting a clear overview of what each tablet can do is challenging when looking at individual specification sheets.

This convenient chart breaks down the main features of some of the most common rugged tablets. No matter the environment or harsh conditions you need to handle, there’s a tablet to meet whatever your requirements are. For additional assistance finding the right tablet, contact one of our mobility specialists at Barcodes Inc.

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Driver Vehicle Inspection Reporting for Private Fleets: Pitfalls and Opportunities

Posted March 2, 2015

2015-02-27_1645As time marches on, many of the influences on our businesses change as well. This change alone is a great reason to frequently review your operations and make sure you are employing the very best practices in every facet of your business operations. In a recent research study conducted by Vanson Bourne trucking professionals reported that only 61% of their companies had conducted any type of process re-engineering effort in the previous 12 months. That leaves 39% of transportation operations as a whole (33% of private fleets and 53% of for-hire operations) that have not made a focused effort to innovate and improve their operational processes.

When you contrast that static approach to business against constantly evolving regulatory requirements, you have an obvious disconnect. For example, let’s take a topic like commercial vehicle inspections. All commercial fleets perform them since they are required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) initiative1 . Yet, how many companies execute these inspections and reports in a manner that not only improves the fleet’s Vehicle Maintenance BASIC score, but also improves the efficiency of the operation, positively impacting everything from driver performance to customer satisfaction?

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Thermal Printing Cuts Cost and Adds Value for DSD

Posted February 21, 2014

An important part of the value of automating direct store delivery (DSD) operations comes from having the ability to give customers delivery receipts, order forms and invoices on the spot. Printing documentation at the time of the visit helps ensure accuracy, reduces paperwork and clerical labor in the back office, and accelerates the cash cycle. In some countries, it is a legal requirement that DSD companies to provide and maintain a printed record of each transaction. The actual value companies can attain by mobile printing depends on the printer itself. For example, the media used in thermal printers typically costs 45 to 50 percent less than multi-part forms used in dot matrix printers, and the total cost of ownership (TCO) for ruggedized mobile printers is 58 percent lower than for non-ruggedized models.

Media cost, reliability, ease of use and compatibility with mobile computers and DSD applications give businesses a lot to think about when selecting a printer to support their operations. The decision is also made challenging because there are more technology and product options than ever. For companies that already use mobile printing in their DSD operations, product choices may have changed considerably since the last replacement cycle. Many first generation DSD automations included a vehicle-mounted dot matrix printer. Today DSD printers can be worn, carried or remain mounted in the vehicle, and thermal print technology is selected for the majority of new and replacement rollouts.

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Honeywell Introduces the New Dolphin 60s Scanphone

Posted October 21, 2013

Honeywell Dolphin 60s Mobile ComputerHoneywell has announced its newest scanphone, which blends the capabilities of a consumer smart phone, rugged mobile computer and bar code scanner in an affordable package. Built for workers on-the-go, the Dolphin 60s mobile device provides quick and reliable access to critical data through Honeywell’s proven technology. The device serves as a cost-effective solution for businesses of all sizes across industries including retail, field service, and direct store delivery (DSD), where manual processes are becoming a competitive disadvantage.

The pocket-sized rugged enterprise device has been engineered to withstand 4-foot drops and more than 800 tumbles. To increase data collection efficiency and accuracy, the Dolphin 60s scanphone integrates 1D and 2D scanning technology with multiple data entry options, such as full QWERTY and numeric keypads. Additionally, the scanphone’s extended battery can last for a typical worker’s full shift.

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Intermec Introduces the New CN51 Mobile Computer

Posted October 3, 2013

Intermec, now part of Honeywell, announced the CN51 rugged mobile computer – the company’s latest offers unparalleled versatility allowing the choice of Windows or Android operating systems on a single device coupled with a power-packed 1.5GHz dual core, multi-engine processor design with 1GB RAM, and 16GB Flash for the highest degree of future-proofing capability. Perfect for an array of applications:  direct store delivery, transportation and logistics and field service operations.

The CN51’s large, multi-touch, outdoor-readable screen provides ample room for application viewing with less scrolling for greater productivity, as well as more space for capturing signatures. It’s also equipped with state-of-the-art smart battery technology, delivering industry-leading battery life that lasts through a full 12-hour shift and beyond without interruption to replace or recharge. The CN51 is also the perfect migration option from the current CN50, offering improved processor and area imager performance, while still maintaining accessory compatibility with existing CN50 installations.

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