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1D Barcode Scanner – Make Billing Hassle-Free and Convenient

by Shinna Hu Leading Electronics Company
Barcode scanners have made it easier and faster to enter price and product information and other relevant data into your POS system. They help boost productivity, while minimizing costly mistakes, which you or your team can be prone to making when you still rely on manual data entry. There may be different barcode scanners available, but for basic applications, you may want to consider the 1D barcode scanner. It comes in both wired and wireless versions, so you should be able to find the best product that will suit your unique checkout and billing applications.

The 1D barcode scanner can read all one-dimensional barcodes on paper and screens. High-quality ones are designed with an advanced system that can pick up rare barcodes, which other scanners may not be able to achieve, such as Plessey and Telepen. Checkout can be hassle-free and speedier with advanced features, like the Japanese Toshiba imaging module, UK ARM CPU, and German osram lighting, all of which work together to ensure a 30 percent faster recognition speed. Wireless 1D barcode scanners support Bluetooth, USB wired, and 433MHz wireless connectivity, so they should connect easily with most devices.

A good 1D barcode scanner comes with reliable decoding capability, which can support most kinds of one-dimensional barcodes like Code 11, Codabar, UPC/EAN, Code39/Code 93, Matrix 2 of 5, interleaved 2 of 5, MSI, Code 128/EAN 128, and Standard 2 of 5. Deployment is simple with an out-of-box advantage that will not require extra settings. The scanner comes with auto-sensing, consecutive, and manual scanning modes to match how you work. This way, it can be versatile for an array of settings, such as warehouses, supermarkets, libraries, and grocery stores.

Some 1D barcode scanners come with special features to ensure ease of use. Plug-and-play lets you hook them up with common operating systems such as Linux, Windows, and MacOS without a driver. You can also get a 1D barcode scanner with an adjustable stand, which keeps the head in a secure position when not in use. The decoding speed is 220 times per second, and it can read deformed, blurry, or broken barcodes. Some wireless 1D barcode scanners come with inventory mode, offline storage, time stamp, and vibrating notification.

About the author:

Inateck is a leading electronics company dedicated in the field of various high-quality niche electronic related products. With seven years’ experience, they are particularly professional for cutting-edge barcode scanners, hard drive accessories like PCI-E card, HDD enclosures & docking station, iPad Keyboards and more. 



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