Barcode scanners allow a code, such as a 1-dimensional barcode, 2-dimensional QR code or other non-human-readable code to be read, decoded and converted to a usable format. This code is then sent to an intelligent device such as a PLC or PC over a network. A selection of Code brand scanners is available to read barcodes for specific applications.
Barcode scanners are the most common type of industrial identification system and the equipment normally considered when needing to identify a product. Scanners use a combination of lasers and optical componentry to read a barcode on a label, embedded or etched onto a product. Barcode scanners come in many form factors and styles. Units can be hand-held or mounted on stands.
Barcode scanners with one-dimensional and two-dimensional capability are able to read many popular codes used in industry such as Code 128, Code 39 UPC and QR codes. These barcode scanners convert the code to usable characters and transmit the code over a communications network.
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1D/2D/DPM Imagers are barcode scanners that offer one-dimensional and two-dimensional capability to read common codes such as Code 128 and QR codes, as well as Direct Part Mark (DPM) images. They can read and translate codes in traditional format as well as ones that are etched, embossed, low-contrast or very small. These barcode scanners convert the code to usable characters and transmit the code over a communications network.
1D / 2D / DPM imager bar code scanners