Warehouse Barcode Scanner
Warehouse Barcode Scanner gives you the wireless
freedom to roam. With the Freedom, you can take your scanner to your inventory
instead of your inventory to your scanner. Warehouse Barcode Scanner uses
Bluetooth™ technology which allows you to scan bar codes and transmit the data
upwards of 160 feet depending on the environment.
Scan bar codes from 1 to 10 inches with our
agressive CCD scan engine. The Scanner kit comes complete with wireless
scanner, Bluetooth™ radio/recharge base, PS2 keyboard wedge cable for the base,
and recharge power supply. Ideal for warehouse, factory floor, field service
and retail environments.
Why Should You Consider Warehouse Barcode
Bar coding is the most common ID technology
providing timely, error-free information that can be used to accurately verify
routine business transactions and increase productivity. Virtually every type
of industry is using bar codes to replace keyboard data entry. Studies have
shown that a proficient data entry operator will make one error for every 300
characters that are manually entered. The error rate using bar codes is almost
negligible and can be error-free using bar code symbologies with check digit
support. Bar coding is very much like Morse Code. Rather than using a series of
dots and dashes, bar coding analogously uses wide and narrow bars and spaces to
Most everyone has seen bar codes marked on
grocery items and has experienced the benefit of being checked-out in a
fraction of the time that it took when a clerk had to manually enter an SKU
(Stock Keeping Unit) number and/or price for every item. With this technology,
not only does the customer benefit, but the store manager can easily maintain
an accurate and efficient inventory since it is tied directly to the store data
base. While grocery and retail uses of bar codes are the most commonly
recognized applications, they account for only 30% of all installations.
Warehousing, Industrial, governmental, and health-care installations have
historically accounted for the rest. Many possibilities exist and, with the
advancement of ID technology, previously inconceivable applications are
beginning to emerge.
Most systems do not usually have to be modified
to support bar coding. Keyboard wedge products are available for most terminals
and PCs that, when a bar code is scanned, the data appears as though it was
manually typed or keyed directly into the computer. This is the basic component
of a bar code system that should be considered first.