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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

  • Superior 1D and 2D barcode scans
  • 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.

Adopting Automated Data Collection For SMBs

Posted April 6, 2012

Finding and calculating the value of automated data capture technology at small and medium businesses

Introduction

Any business that would benefit by holding less inventory, decreasing mis-shipments and reducing errors should seriously consider implementing bar code systems and other forms of automated data collection (ADC) technology. Companies of all sizes apply bar code and wireless data collection systems to save labor, increase efficiency and cut operations costs. ADC is a proven productivity enhancer, and advancements in the technology have made such systems affordable and practical for more businesses than ever before.

Common errors and inefficiencies don’t have to be part of business as usual. This paper exposes some of the hidden expenses that hamper profitability, and how accurate data collection can eliminate them. The examples and techniques presented show the link between quality information and efficient operations. When investing in ADC, small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) can earn a full and rapid return on investment through reduced expenses and increased productivity. This white paper will help show how by presenting ADC cost-justification guidelines and strategies.

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