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Bluetooth Barcode Scanner: No Hustle of Reading the Barcode Made Easy

by Shinna Hu Leading Electronics Company
Barcode scanners have come a long way from being those traditional in-counter scanners that you always see in grocery stores. These days, they are mostly handheld devices that are attached to a POS system. The market offers an even more innovative version called the Bluetooth barcode scanner (or simply a wireless scanner). How does this barcode scanner work and what new benefits can it bring to your business? Read further to find out.

How does it work?

Like any barcode scanning system, a Bluetooth barcode scanner is also used widely in retail and other industries. It can be used to scan codes for checking the price of an item as well as to keep track of inventory and monitor the progress of orders during distribution. What makes it different from its predecessors is that it is wireless. The handheld scanner device is connected to the POS system via Bluetooth. Some models offer an impressive transmission distance, ranging up to 400 meters (or even more) without interruption or interference.

What are the benefits of using a Bluetooth barcode scanner?

Work convenience - Bluetooth barcode scanners can bring a significant change in the way your staff works. These scanners are portable, so users more productive and comfortable handling them. Without cable wires restricting or limiting their movements, they can work faster and more conveniently.

Compatibility - Another remarkable thing about a Bluetooth barcode scanning system is that it is compatible with any device. As long as it has Bluetooth technology, the scanner can communicate or connect with it. So whether your business is using an operating system like Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, or iOS, you will have no problem with compatibility.

Barcode recognition - Bluetooth barcode scanners have stronger recognition capability, able to read different types of codes from the oldest to the newest versions. Whether you are using 1D barcodes like UPC, EAN, and ITF or 2D barcodes like QR codes and Data Matrix codes, your Bluetooth scanner will be able to read it. The latest barcode scanners can even do lightning scans, reading broken barcodes even under low light conditions.

Of course, the benefits of a Bluetooth barcode scanner will vary from brand to brand and model to model. Thus, it’s important to consider the features, functionalities, and price of the unit carefully before you buy it.

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, laptop sleeves and more.

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