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Avoid Excessive Chargebacks for Unreadable Barcodes

Posted October 24, 2019

Distribution operations are complex, there are slim margins and fierce competition therefore leaving no room for error. A common issue that a company experiences is being charged fees for unreadable barcodes. The race to improve never end, Honeywell PX940 Industrial Printer with Integrated Label Verification takes barcode printing to a new level of accuracy and simplicity. With an integrated label verification feature, the PX940 provides customers with error-free precision printing, increasing production efficiency and reducing operational costs.

Eliminate fines that get issued for non-compliance to regulatory standards and returned shipments due to unreadable barcodes; the PX940 industrial barcode printer verifies barcodes that are 100% readable every time. The all-in-one printer will print labels and includes label verification technology to ensure barcodes are accurate and instantly notify the operator of pass/fail status and ANSI grade.

Honeywell PX940 Industrial Printer with Integrated Barcode Verification can improve operational efficiency and cut excessive charge backs from unreadable barcodes.

Ideal for transportation, logistics, pharmaceuticals, shipping, distribution centers, industrial manufacturing and more! With label verification technology and operational intelligence software, the PX940 industrial printer produces quality barcodes, predictive analytics, and a lower overall cost of ownership.

Features:

  • Print Method: Thermal Transfer and Direct Thermal
  • 3.5 inch color touch LCD
  • Verification Mode: Pass/Fail and ANSI grades from 1-5
  • Can verify as small as 10mils for 1D codes and 15mils for 2D codes
  • All major 1D and 2D symbologies are supported
  • Void bad barcodes and a new label is printed
  • Internal Real Time Clock
  • Media Type: Gap, black mark, tag, hole, notch, or continuous
  • Interfaces: USB 2.0 Host (x2), USB 2.0 Device, Ethernet, RS-232, Bluetooth, and Static NFC tag

The PX940 printer takes industrial printing to a new level of accuracy and simplicity by providing customers with error-free precision printing, increasing production efficiency and reducing operational costs. Contact Barcodes and find out how the Honeywell PX940 Industrial Printer with Label Verification can help you eliminate the risk and costs of bad labels.

The Most Common Causes of Unreadable Barcodes

Posted July 15, 2015

Broken and unreadable shipping label of a barcodeItem identification and data acquisition through barcodes is critical to the function of automated operations, from ensuring that the correct components are used in the assembly of a smart phone to recording accurate patient data for samples in a laboratory. When poorly-marked or damaged barcodes result in “no-reads” or failures, loss of data can have disastrous effects on product integrity and corporate reputation – not to mention potential legal implications and serious risks to consumer welfare. Understanding the root cause of unreadable barcodes and using technology appropriately to prepare for or resolve these issues is simple to do and it can mean the difference between success and failure in automation. This white paper describes potential solutions for the most common causes of unreadable barcodes, including:

  • Low Contrast
  • Quiet Zone Violations
  • Improper Reading Position
  • Print or Mark Inconsistency
  • Damage or Distortion

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