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Code CR5200 Series: Introducing the 5210 and 5215 Barcode Scanners

Posted October 20, 2021

The CR5000 Series is comprised of multiple barcode scanning products from Code Corporation.

Designed for fast-paced environments, the CR5000 barcode scanner reads 1D, 2D, and postal barcodes with high speed and precision.

A key benefit of Code scanners is advanced data formatting. This allows dependable data integration into any platform, system, or solution—including iOS applications. 

Another popular capability is customizable driver license formatting. Users are able to target specific information to populate fields on loyalty forms, credit card applications, and more.

The current and premier product at the heart of the CR5000 Series is the new Code Reader 5200.

The CR5200 scanner consists of both the CR5210 & CR5215 models.

Launched in April of 2021, the CR5210 replaces the now End of Life (EOL) CR5020 & CR5025. The CR5215, on the other hand, allows instant age verification. 

Speed at checkout is crucial for a positive shopping experience. With easy hands-free countertop operation, quick barcode reading on mobile device screens, and efficient power consumption, the CR5200 series provides unparalleled performance for POS and ID scanning workflows.

Expedite your checkout and/or administrative teams daily tasks with the Code CR5200 series. Your employees and customers will thank you for it. For detailed product information, download the CR5200 spec sheet:

[Download the Code Reader 5200 Spec Sheet]

Contact us today to take a closer look at solutions from Code and see if their latest scanners make sense for your business.

Top Ten Reasons Retailers Upgrade to Area-Imagers

Posted February 11, 2015

2015-02-11_1005Traditional laser scanners read linear bar codes at the point-of-sale—a technology that greatly simplified checkout. But today’s highly developed area-imaging scanners enable greater capability and flexibility, putting far more productivity into the hands of retail employees and allowing for revenue-generating mobile marketing initiatives.

With these advantages, it’s no wonder VDC’s 2013 Report forecasts area-imaging scanners sales to grow at a rate of 13.4% for the next three years, compared to the expected 7.3% decline for laser-based scanners over the time period. Imaging technology is firmly established as a cost-effective, durable, technologically capable alternative to laser-based systems. Plus, imagers are capable of supporting retailer’s mobile marketing programs, capturing mobile coupons right off customers’ smartphone screens or automatically collecting their information from ID cards for loyalty program auto-enrollment. Continue reading »