Guest We have electronic boards that need readable bar codes on them, we would like to be able to scan them and create a database to hold warranty information. Also we would like to be able to access the information from customer sites.

Labeling electronics can be a challenge due to limited space available for the label itself. One of the best solutions to this is to use a 2D bar code as they can store more information in smaller spaces and still be easy to read with a 2D imager. Depending on your application constraints we can use mobile computers, Honeywell Dolphin 9700, or gun-style scanners, Xenon 1900, to collect the codes to store in a database for remote or desktop viewing.

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Posted July 12, 2011