Bar Code Readers
Readers multipurpose manuals, conventional or linear laser technology
The wide range of general purpose handheld readers offer users a variety of choices for their data collection activities. The series of products offer conventional laser technology, linear or area imaging, plus a variety of features to meet specific scanning needs.
The RIDA DBT6400 ™ is a pocket-sized Bluetooth wireless device with a reading area imager technology, which easily connects to tablets, smartphones and PCs. It ‘available in two models: one for the type of office / retail applications and one for healthcare environments, with special disinfectant ready plastic treated with antimicrobial additives, to preclude the spread of infections.
SERIE POWERSCAN RETAIL
The PowerScan Retail series is ideal for users who want to benefit from the robustness of the PowerScan scanner imager series in a retail environment. Their extreme resistance ensures reliable operation for a long time in the checkout. These devices are able to read both 1D / 2D codes that new symbologies watermarking, including the codes to Digimarc® bars.
The series Heron has a new sleek design, with colorful lights and customizable sounds. The HD3100 model is the scanner with cable and 1D linear imager technology. The Heron HD3430 is the flush version with area imaging technology that can read 1D, 2D, postal codes, stacked, composite tails and acquire images.
SERIE GRYPHON 4100
The series Gryphon 4100 linear imager ensures immediate and speed readings decoding of linear codes 1D bar. These high-performance devices, have distinctive features in terms of reading skills, connectivity, durability and ergonomics. Cordless products are available with a choice of radio Datalogic STAR Cordless System ™, or Bluetooth® wireless technology system.
SERIE GRYPHON 4400
The series Gryphon 4400 area imager is able to acquire the 1D and 2D codes, which capture images up to A5 size. The intense red lighting, without flicker effect it has a central crosshairs and 4 points at the corners which help to define better the reading area. The Motionix ™ motion sensing technology Datalogic allows to automatically switch from the manual mode to the fixed one, depending on the activity of the user.
SERIE GRYPHON L
The Gryphon series L 4300 is suitable for applications in which the ‘laser line is required’. This scanner is recommended for retail outlets, office automation and light industrial environment applications, which may require greater reading distance, and instant scanning a laser light line bright and well defined.
GRYPHON HEALTHCARE SERIES
IThe models Gryphon healthcare, for the healthcare industry, are equipped with special Disinfectant-Ready enclosures disinfectant-proof, designed to support daily cleaning with aggressive chemical solutions able to fight effectively germs and bacteria. Available in wired or cordless versions, with a choice between the radio Datalogic STAR Cordless System ™, or Bluetooth® wireless technology system.
QUICKSCAN I LITE QW2100
The cable scanner QuickScan Lite QW2100 with linear imaging technology is able to read longer 1D codes and truncated.
QUICKSCAN I 2131 SERIES
The scanners QuickScan imager 2131 are equipped with a wider reading and a scan line capable of reading 1D linear codes longer. Available in wired or cordless version, a choice of radio technology Datalogic STAR Cordless System ™ or wireless Bluetooth®.
QUICKSCAN L QD2300
The cable scanner QuickScan QD2300 with laser technology is recommended for the acquisition of 1D codes in the retail environment and office automation applications.
QUICKSCAN I 2400 SERIES
The hand scanners QuickScan 2400 imagers acquire the 1D, 2D and are recommended for retail POS applications, inventory, check prices and supply products on the shelves. Available as a cable that cordless version, a choice of radio technology Datalogic STAR Cordless System ™ or wireless Bluetooth®.
The TD1100 in cable scanner with linear imaging technology is a ‘contact Reader’ recommended for those who want an affordable solution and where the acquisition of bar codes takes place at close range.