Bar Code Scanners

QBT2400-190x190Datalogic has announced the availability of the QuickScan QBT2400 and QM2400 cordless imagers, the latest additions to the popular QuickScan 2D imager line of general purpose handheld scanners. The popularity of 2D bar codes has spread across all market segments of the data capture industry. As a result, imaging technology usage is steadily growing and is projected to continue this upward trend. Datalogic’s QuickScan imager family offers more affordable pricing and high performance scanning through the use of area imaging technology. These imagers offer high speed and accuracy while reading 1D codes, various 2D codes and stacked codes such as the PDF417 code. Wireless mobility helps the operator roam at the point-of-sale (POS). Uses include shelf replenishment, inventory, price checking, the reading of mobile phone displays and loyalty cards. The presence of the patented Datalogic ‘Green Spot’ technology ensures good-read feedback in any environment.

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  • Sara Welsh

    The company I work for is looking for a better way to keep track of their inventory, and I think that this could be really helpful in doing that. From what you’ve said, is that a barcode scanner can help you know what’s in your inventory, and what’s recently left, if used correctly. Having that kind of technology in our warehouse would be perfect because we’re always the last to know what we have and don’t have. Hopefully, my bosses will look into getting something like this, because it sounds like it would make our work so much easier!

    Sara Welsh | http://www.manateeworks.com

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