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Portable Bar code Scanner

"Portable Bar code Scanner" is a term often used to describe three different types of Scanner - Cordless Bar code Scanner, Batch Bar code Scanner, and Hand Held Computer

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  1. Honeywell ()

    The Granit 1911i wireless industrial-grade area-imaging scanner is designed to withstand the varied demands that exist in harsh working environments. Featuring a custom built housing that is redefining the standard for scanner reliability, the IP65 rated Granit 1911i is built to survive 5,000 3.3' tumbles and 50 drops to concrete from 6.5' even at -4 degreesF. As a result, businesses can expect to experience minimal device downtime and a lower overall cost of ownership.
  2. Zebra ()

    The LS3578-ER rugged, cordless scanner provides the greatest working range of any available rugged scanner, allowing employees to scan items from as close as .25 inches /.64cm to as far away as 45 feet /13.7 m. It also allows employees to quickly switch from reading bar codes on inventory to capturing smaller symbologies on bar code menus and pick lists. In the yard, warehouse, distribution center, manufacturing plant or retail store, the LS3578-ER offers superior performance and reliability as well as a user-friendly form factor that helps ensure comfortable use over long shifts. Plus, integrated Bluetooth provides reliable and secure wireless data transmission between the scanner and host, including Zebra's rugged VC5090 Vehicle-Fixed Mount Mobile Computer
  3. Motorola ()

    Scan all one-dimensional (1D) barcodes from practically anywhere with a Bluetooth-enabled cordless rugged scanner. The Symbol LS3578-ER reads labels as far away as 45 feet and as close as four inches--the greatest working range available in a rugged, handheld scanner. Ergonomically designed to be comfortable during long shifts, the scanner gives operators a 150-foot range, which far exceeds the 6-foot corded device range. Designed for use in harsh environments, the Symbol LS3578-ER withstands multiple 6.5-ft. (2-m) drops to concrete and has IP65-rated sealing for protection against the elements. Remote Scanner Management (RSM) enables efficient upgrades from a central location.
  4. Symbol ()

    Scan all one-dimensional (1D) barcodes from practically anywhere with a Bluetooth-enabled cordless rugged scanner. The Symbol LS3578-ER reads labels as far away as 45 feet and as close as four inches--the greatest working range available in a rugged, handheld scanner. Ergonomically designed to be comfortable during long shifts, the scanner gives operators a 150-foot range, which far exceeds the 6-foot corded device range. Designed for use in harsh environments, the Symbol LS3578-ER withstands multiple 6.5-ft. (2-m) drops to concrete and has IP65-rated sealing for protection against the elements. Remote Scanner Management (RSM) enables efficient upgrades from a central location.
  5. Symbol ()

    The well-designed Symbol MK500 is non-intrusive and does not require precious sales floor real estate - the highly compact device fits almost anywhere in your environment, from aisle end-caps to shelves, poles and walls and is compliant with VESA mounting standards. Also, unique mechanical features are built into the frame, allowing retailers to easily mount custom signage around the MK500 to promote the presence and usage of the device. The flexible self-service kiosk can be deployed easily and cost effectively over the wired or wireless LAN. Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g connectivity eliminates the time and cost required to run network cabling to each MK500, and allows retailers to move the MK500s as needed to better meet customer or seasonal needs. Power-over-Ethernet eliminates the cost of installing power outlets for each MK500.
  6. Motorola ()

    The well-designed Motorola MK500 is non-intrusive and does not require precious sales floor real estate - the highly compact device fits almost anywhere in your environment, from aisle end-caps to shelves, poles and walls and is compliant with VESA mounting standards. Also, unique mechanical features are built into the frame, allowing retailers to easily mount custom signage around the MK500 to promote the presence and usage of the device. The flexible self-service kiosk can be deployed easily and cost effectively over the wired or wireless LAN. Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g connectivity eliminates the time and cost required to run network cabling to each MK500, and allows retailers to move the MK500s as needed to better meet customer or seasonal needs. Power-over-Ethernet eliminates the cost of installing power outlets for each MK500.
  7. Honeywell ()

    Honeywell's Xenon 1902 wireless area imaging scanner offers industry-leading performance and reliability for a wide variety of applications that require the versatility of area-imaging technology plus the freedom of Bluetooth wireless connectivity.
  8. Zebra ()

    The tiny CS3000 Series is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS3000 can be utilized in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes, while the CS3070 offers batch mode as well as real-time bar code data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more This innovative device offers a new level of affordability for 1D scanning.
  9. Motorola ()

    The Motorola CS3000 series enables enterprises to easily implement 1D laser scanning where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS3000 version can be used in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes, while the CS3070 offers batch mode as well as real-time bar code data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more. Managing the data in batch mode is easy. Once connected to a host, the batch data can be configured for automatic transfer to an application. Since captured scans are placed in a user-definable standard ASCII file type, the information can be easily utilized to populate order forms, spreadsheets and inventory lists. The result is a new level of affordability for 1D scanning - and the ability to streamline, error proof and simplify more business processes.
  10. Symbol ()

    The Symbol CS3000 series enables enterprises to easily implement 1D laser scanning where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS3000 version can be used in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes, while the CS3070 offers batch mode as well as real-time bar code data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more. Managing the data in batch mode is easy. Once connected to a host, the batch data can be configured for automatic transfer to an application. Since captured scans are placed in a user-definable standard ASCII file type, the information can be easily utilized to populate order forms, spreadsheets and inventory lists. The result is a new level of affordability for 1D scanning - and the ability to streamline, error proof and simplify more business processes.

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