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Barcode Scanners - Scanner types according to reading technology

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one-dimensional barcodes: 2/5Interleaved, EAN13, Code128
1D Codes
1D Codes
Barcode scanner for reading one-dimensional codes: Barcode Scanner Honeywell Eclipse MS5145
1D Scanner
1D Scanner
Scanners, also called imagers or readers, for reading two-dimensional matrix codes: 2D-Scanner Godex GS550
2D Scanner
2D Scanner
two-dimensional matrix codes: Datamatrix, QR-Code, Aztec
2D Codes
2D Codes

Barcode-Scanner

Selected devices for reading barcode labels

 
Barcode scanners are offered in great variety on the market. Whether for handheld or stand-alone operation, cable-operated or wireless, with 1-dimensional or 2-dimensional optics - the range of features and their combination makes it difficult for interested parties to find their way around. As experts in labels and their application, we know exactly what is important and what is not, so that you can work efficiently with our labels. With our practical know-how, we offer our customers orientation assistance by selecting recommended barcode scanners for our in-house scanner portfolio.
 


The application as a measure for the scanner

The individual application and its operating conditions determine the sense and nonsense of a particular barcode scanner. Not every application necessarily needs all technical possibilities to be efficient. What is really necessary should be weighed up with expert knowledge. In order to find the ideal barcode scanner for a specific application, sound advice from market experts such as eXtra4 is the cheapest way.
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Identity technology know-how
essential for scanner selection

Code is not equal to code and scanner is not equal to scanner. Barcode scanners that are suitable for barcodes do not automatically handle matrix codes. As label specialists, we know our way around coding. We are familiar with differences in code types and code languages. Therefore we are able to offer barcode scanners for a wide range of requirements.
 
Basically, our scanner range is structured according to the dimension of the reading optics. 1D scanners only read barcodes. 2D scanners can read bar codes and matrix codes at the same time.

 

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An overview of our range of barcode scanners with information on technical data, prices and links to original data sheets can be found in our scanner manual under this icon::
 
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1D Scanner - Scanner with one-dimensional reading optics

Barcode scanner for barcodes

One-dimensional barcode scanners are capable of reading different types of 1D codes. Which code type is used depends, among other things, on the available space. The smallest codes are 2/5 Interleaved and Code 128.



However, all codes in bar form have in common that they are very susceptible to damage. Even if a bar is missing, the code can no longer be deciphered correctly. Nevertheless, 1D barcodes are widespread because the scanning technology is simple and inexpensive.
 

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28,15,0,30,1
25,600,60,0,5000,1000,25,2000
100,300,0,50,12,25,50,2,70,12,1,50,1,0,0,5000
0,1,0,0,0,30,10,5,0,0,0,10,0,1
Honeywell Eclipse MS5145
Honeywell Eclipse MS5145
Barcode
Barcode

 


2D Scanner – Scanner with two-dimensional reading optics

Scanner for matrix and barcodes

Two-dimensional barcode scanners are capable of reading different types of 1D and 2D codes. Which type of code is used often depends on the space available for placement.

All codes in matrix form have in common that they can be reduced enormously in size and are still readable even if damaged. Even if up to 25% of the code is missing, a matrix code can still be deciphered correctly.

2D scan technology is complex and complex. Therefore, the price of these barcode scanners is significantly higher than that of 1D scanners, but they can be used universally and are therefore to be preferred today.

 

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28,15,0,30,1
25,600,60,0,5000,1000,25,2000
100,300,0,50,12,25,50,2,70,12,1,50,1,0,0,5000
0,1,0,0,0,30,10,5,0,0,0,10,0,1
Godex GS550
Godex GS550
Matrixcodes
Matrixcodes
Barcode interleaved
Barcode interleaved
CODE CR950
CODE CR950

 


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