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The bar code or barcode is a machine readable electronic code. Reading a barcode allows data to entered directly into a computer as if typed in. Barcodes or bar codes are produced in a number of formats aclled symbologies which include code 39, code 128, ean13, ean8, codabar, datamatrix, pdf417.

Use usb or ps/2 barcode readers and scanners which act like a keyboard to read barcode content direct into any application that can be typed into. Use RS232 barcode readers and scanners when there is a need to dedicate a barcode reader to reading in to one specific software application. The application will need to be set up to look at a specific rs232 serial port and the port parameters and RS232 barcode reader settings set matched.

Epos barcoding and electronic point of sale bar code applications are well supported by a broad choice of equipment. Our specialisation is short delivery schedules of stock bar code equipment.

Supplying Zebex, PSC, Metrologic, Datalogic, Symbol, Opticon, Intellitrack, and Axicon barcode equipment.

Barcode quality checking or bar code verification is a key part of the cycle of product identification and tracking. Ensuring a readable code to an ANSI or CEN or ISO standards is essential to manufacturing, distribution and logistical tasks that rely of reading barcode labels.

Conventional 1d barcode or linear bar codes such as EAN13, UCC, Code 39, Code 3 of 9, Code 128, ITF, Interleaved 2 of 5, UPC A, UPC, Codabar, Tesco barcode, Sainsbury barcode, Asda Barcode, have formed the bulk of all tracking tasks for the last 25 years or so and are part of a mature product offering.

2d (two dimensional) bar codes such as datamatrix, pdf417, QR code, MaxiCode, Micro pdf417, Code 49, Postnet, RSS, are all codes that have emerged to carry greater volumes of data (up to 1.1kb) and to be more tolerant to damage through data redundancy. With the ability to be reproduced to a smaller scale with low volumes of data stored 2d codes are finding niche applications allowing the cost of equipment to reduce as product applications and volume increases.

Label design that includes the Bar code use a label design software such as Seagull Bartender which offers a graphical user interface (GUI) and supports all 1d barcode (One d, Linear) and 2d barcode (two d, two dimensional) types. Bartender supports full ODBC (open database connectivity) allowing data to be taken from many sources. Seagull Bartender supports SAP iDocs and has a full vb development interface. Bartender is available as an Active x control. A barcode font is also used to automate the application of bar-coding to Office type documents. To apply barcoding to a product packaging an image file such as an *.eps for either PC or Mac can be produced for importing to a publishing software.

Large stock of one dimension barcode reading (1d barcode), two dimension bar code scanning (2d bar code) equipment, omni direction barcode, muliti line barcoding and hands free barcode reading systems.

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