SUNMI V2 PRO introduces an ultra-thin concept with the thinnest place of 13mm, preceding industrial standard. It’s very comfortable to hold it in one hand even for a petite female; with the unique sloping edge at the bottom of the device, it is easy to put in the pocket of aprons or coats.
If you’re looking for an ultra-rugged and reliable mobile receipt printer for route accounting, direct store delivery, citation printing, car rental return receipts and more, look no further than the RPe Series. This tough competitor withstands drops and exposure to dust and water and is designed for all-day printing with a full-shift battery life.
Systematic tracking of material movement within Organization (Purchase, Picking, Production, Post-production transfer to store and Dispatch) utilizing AIDC (Auto Identification and Data Capture) technology, such as barcode scanners, mobile computers & wireless LAN's.
The Memor 10 PDA brings the power and performance of a smartphone with the user-friendly experience of Android in a slim and compact device with an integrated 2D imager. It also incorporates Datalogic’s industry-first wireless charging system for ultra-reliable contactless charging, paired with a 1-piece swappable battery for the best operating advantage.
The Genesis™ 7580g is the first presentation area-imaging scanner engineered to decode all standard 1D, PDF and 2D barcodes. Its revolutionary imaging technology is housed in an elegant, yet durable design. Powered by Adaptus™ Imaging Technology 6.0, the 7580g scanner packs breakthrough performance into a versatile form factor.
For in-premise applications, including price lookup/audits, inventory management, customer assistance and merchandising, the Dolphin™ 6110 mobile computer equips your mobile team to streamline tasks, improve productivity and more. This stylish and reliable device supports the Microsoft® Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 platform.
The Eclipse™ 5145 device is a single-line, handheld laser scanner with a compact form factor that's perfect for retail applications. With patented CodeGate™ technology, your team members can easily target the desired barcode and complete data transmission with a simple press of a button.
The PD43 printer takes industrial printing to a new level of simplicity with a color graphic display that makes it easier to set up, configure, and fine-tune settings – all without a host computer. And thanks to Smart Printing capabilities, PD43 printers can even run apps and tools directly, entirely eliminating the need for a connected PC.
Honeywell Orbit™ is the all-time, best-selling hands-free omnidirectional scanner for a reason. Several reasons, actually. Let’s start here: The Orbit 7120 and 7180 scanners are innovative, elegant and affordable with an award-winning design that’s just the right fit for convenience retail applications where counter space is at a premium.
The Gryphon™ GPS4490 area imager is a full 2D presentation scanner in a compact and stylish body. This reader’s compact size makes it the ideal solution for space-constrained environments. Its adjustable stand positions the scanner for easy, intuitive reading. The stand can easily be removed if it is not needed, further reducing the overall dimensions of the scanner.
Honeywell introducing the barcode scanner series which includes the Voyager 1250g single-line laser scanner consolidates the Voyager arrangement's demonstrated presentation with stretched out profundity of field to make scanning distant things very easily and quickly with high degree of accuracy.
RFID tags come in all different shapes and sizes. They help huge companies manage their shipping and inventory. They keep people safe, they help big data make sense. RFID plays a big role in many peoples’ daily lives. RFID technology is nothing short of amazing. Here are some amazing facts about RFID.
Pressure-sensitive labels are practically equivalent to a cutting-edge sticker. They can utilize paper, film and foil as their essential mark materials and can be utilized with a wide scope of inks. Since they don't require any warmth, dissolvable or water to actuate, it just takes light or moderate strain to apply (or stick) them to an item surface. They please move to be stripped off and squeezed onto an item utilizing a hand or machine-applied procedure.
While picking the correct barcode label, you'll have to begin by choosing whether to utilize thermal transfer and direct thermal printing. It's the mix of this printing strategy with the correct label materials and ribbon that at last decides the correct decision for a specific application.This is what each printing sort means and how it sets with the correct barcode labels for explicit applications and conditions.
Use of the RFID technology in slowly growing in India. RFID is a technology evolved for tracking of objects or people without any line of sight. What I have seen in the growth of barcode technology in eighties, is surely repeating in the case of RFID also. It took 3-4 years of concept selling time to establish the market for sale of hardware.
Even though there are lot of resistance from the Pharma Industry on the mandate of barcoding on primary, secondary & tertiary levels govt has gone ahead with the mandate with cut off date. I personally take it as general resistance against any new technology implementation...
As always I am optimistic about the aidc market in India. The democracy and freedom what enjoys make things slightly slower than other countries, but it is for sure for future. We have seen how the aidc technology is grown in developed countries in the past.