Barcode Scanners and Imagers for all types of applications and environment

We offer barcode scanning and imaging equipment to accommodate all needs.  Manufacturers such as: Honeywell, Motorola, Zebra, Data Logic are developing extremely versatile and powerful scanning equipment to increase productivity.   In order to recognize the potential benefits of Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) technology it is essential to select the right barcode scanner or imager for your environment and application.   Call us today to discuss your company’s AIDC and Mobility needs with one of our Solution Architects.

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1D Scanners

1D/2D Imagers 

  • General Purpose Handheld
  • The most popular scanner/imager since they are very easy to use.  Some units have specially designed stands to enable hands-free scanning.   Most units are available with or without a cord.

  • Healthcare Handheld
  • Scanners with disinfectant-ready housings designed to allow healthcare professionals to execute the ‘5 rights’ of patient safety while minimizing the risk of spreading infectious diseases.

  • Industrial Handheld
  • Industrial scanners are designed for tough applications, such as outdoor use, mobile use or around harsh chemicals.  They are also ideal for scanning high volumes of barcodes in fast-paced settings.

  • Presentation Hands-Free
  • Presentations scanners are designed to be placed on a counter and automatically scan barcodes without a trigger being pressed.  Commonly used for retail and security applications

  • In-counter
  • In-counter scanners are embedded into checkout counter to enable items to be efficiently scanned by placing item over scan window.  Many models include an integrated scale to facilitate the check-out process.

  • Wearable
  • Wearable scanners are designed to enable the user to be able to scan symbols while still having use of both hands.  These scanners are designed to operate along with a compatible mobile computer.

  • UPC (GTIN-12)

  • ISBN/Books

  • Medical/UDI

  • Supply Chain

  • Assets/Inventory

  • Coupon

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There are a variety of different types of barcodes. However, the UPC (Universal Product Number) symbol is the most recognized barcode in the United States, since it appears on almost every retail product. The UPC symbol is the barcode representation of the GTIN-12 which consists of twelve numeric characters that uniquely identify a company’s individual product. The GTIN-12 number is part of the family of GS1 global data structures that employ 14 digits and can be encoded into various types of data carriers.

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A requirement for selling a book through booksellers, wholesalers, and distributors is the assignment of unique ISBN numbers for each title and for each book to be marked with a Bookland EAN barcode.

The Bookland symbol allows for encodation of ISBNs (the numbers publishers use to identify their products). Since an ISBN is unique to one particular title (or product), the corresponding Bookland EAN symbol is a title-specific marking which is unique for that title. For example, if a title is available in hard cover, soft cover and as an e-book, three unique ISBN Bookland EAN bar codes are required.

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The FDA UDI Mandate is part of a comprehensive healthcare traceability initiative to improve patient safety.  The Unique Device Identifier (UDI) requirement is rooted in holding each member of the supply chain responsible for ensuring each medical device is marked with a UDI barcode with data maintained on the FDA’s GUDID universal database.

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Supply Chain

Logistic barcodes such as the GS1-128 Shipping Label are used to track movement of a shipment within a supply chain.  Since suppliers are making shipments to a variety of trading partners it is essential to integrate the relevant standards and current technology.  The use of EDI and 2D barcodes which can encode much more data has transformed many supply chains.

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The first step in designing an asset tracking system is to determine whether you are working with assets or inventory.  Assets are any items a company uses internally such as tools, equipment, furniture etc.  Inventory are items which are sold, distributed or used by a company.  The distinction between Assets and Inventory is essential in regards to how the items will be marked, scanned and stored.

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The successful integration of GS1 DataBar Coupons has dramatically improved many promotions.  The interhent features including; value codes and automatic expiration date checking for retailers, has enabled more efficient redemption, much better security and better metrics to measure the performance of a campaign.

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