Barcode Scanners

General Purpose Scanners

General purpose bar code scanners enable your employees to capture bar codes ranging from everyday UPC codes to high density bar codes used on small items – all from a wide range of scanning distances. General purpose scanners feature durable construction such as scratch-resistant displays and the ability to withstand drops, making sure they provides reliable operation in a variety of settings. They also give you the flexibility to integrate with a variety of host systems.

Fixed Scanners

Fixed-mount scanners facilitate high-volume, high-speed, hands-free scanning for applications such as point of sale, driver’s license scanning, still images, kiosks, turnstiles, and conveyors. Fixed -mount scanners are designed for both general purpose and rugged environments and come in a range of sizes, including compact to accommodate space constraints. Fixed-mount scanners are available in horizontal, vertical, and omnidirectional configurations. Both laser and imaging scanners are available in fixed-mount models. This makes scanning faster and ideal for point-of-sale retail applications.

2D Bar Code Scanners

2D bar code scanners read two-dimensional barcodes, unlocking the wealth of information that they can hold while streamlining your operations and eliminating errors associated with manual processes. These scanners also provide the flexibility to read 1D bar codes at any angle and from a wide working range. Both general purpose and rugged models are available. Options also include laser or imaging scanners, available in handheld, fixed-mount, and wireless configurations.

Ultra-Rugged Barcode Scanners

When  it comes to capturing barcodes in the warehouse and on the manufacturing production line, every second counts – speed and accuracy are directly related to workforce productivity, your throughput and the quality of your products and customer service. With our line of ultra-rugged barcode scanners, your workforce won’t have to worry about the longevity of their barcode scanners and focus more on the speed and accuracy of their data capture.