There are a number of different types of barcode scanners on the market today including mobile, handheld, and tablet scanners.
Industrial barcode label printers are suited for companies that require them to be used for a number of hours every day. They are tougher than standard models and the heavy duty models we supply at AIS Ltd are best suited for factory and warehouse settings.
There are a lot of different kinds of barcode scanners out there and in order to choose the right one for your business, our AIS Ltd experts have compiled these top 5 tips.
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Barcode scanner technology was developed back in the 1970’s but it really only became popular in the 1980s and 90s when shops and other retail industries started investing in computerised checkouts that used electric point-of-sale elements.
When the first handheld barcode scanner was introduced, all the industries that used them thought they were fantastic. Of course technology keeps advancing and we now have wireless barcode scanners available for use.
The mobile barcode scanner is becoming more and more prominent in today’s business world and there is a movement happening within the industry to update the outdated windows CE models to the latest versions to make barcode scanning within warehouse operations a lot more functional and accurate and less time consuming.
Here are AIS Ltd., we supply a range of Omron Microscan barcode verifiers. Their products are GS1 Certified and strictly compliant with ISO/CEN/ANSI barcode quality.
If you are planning on buying a barcode verifier, there are a number of questions that you will need to answer before making your purchase.
If you are looking to invest in a barcode scanner, it is important to understand the different terms and classifications they fall under. Barcode scanners are categorised by their scanning capabilities.
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