Cordless / wireless Bar code Scanner

A wireless or cordless barcode scanner utilizes Bluetooth technology to transmit the data scanned from a barcode label to the scanner dock that is connected to a PC computer via a USB, RS-232, or other connection cable. The range of a wireless scanner will range by product from 33 feet to over 200 feet. Cordless barcode scanners can dramatically improve any application where a cable could get damaged or limit access to items being scanned. Our wireless barcode scanners are offered in multiple form factors, such as handheld, wearable, and price checker

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  1. Symbol ()

    The Symbol CS3000 series enables enterprises to easily implement 1D laser scanning where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS3000 version can be used in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes, while the CS3070 offers batch mode as well as real-time bar code data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more. Managing the data in batch mode is easy. Once connected to a host, the batch data can be configured for automatic transfer to an application. Since captured scans are placed in a user-definable standard ASCII file type, the information can be easily utilized to populate order forms, spreadsheets and inventory lists. The result is a new level of affordability for 1D scanning - and the ability to streamline, error proof and simplify more business processes.
  2. Code ()

    The Reader 2600 (CR2600) is an easy to use, lightweight, and high performing bar code reader that reads all 1D and 2D bar code symbologies. The Reader 2600 (CR2600) is available in both palm and handled configurations, and features a durable quick-release, rechargeable, battery cartridge. The newly designed battery cartridges accurately measure charge level and display battery life using a 4 LED fuel gauge indicator, with a push of a button.
  3. Honeywell ()

    The Granit 1981i wireless industrial scanner features full-range area-imaging technology capable of reading both 1D and 2D barcodes from six inches (15 cm) to over 50 feet (15 meters). From poor quality 7.5 mil paper codes scanned at arm's length to 100 mil retro-reflective codes hanging from warehouse rafters, the 198Xi is built to read virtually all barcodes across its unmatched range, supporting maximum operator productivity in the harshest environments.
  4. Honeywell ()

    Honeywell's Voyager 1202g handheld laser barcode scanner incorporates the freedom of Bluetooth wireless technology and offers a field-replaceable battery that can be quickly and easily exchanged. The 1202g single-line wireless scanner delivers the aggressive linear barcode scanning that users have come to expect from the world-renowned Voyager family of scanners.
  5. Motorola ()

    The Motorola LI4278 cordless general purpose linear imager delivers affordable next generation scanning for today's mobile world. Whether your customers need to scan 1D bar codes on a paper label, read electronic bar codes on a mobile phone, scan high density bar codes or scan all the way up to 31 in./78.7 cm away, the LI4278 can handle it all - while outperforming competitive linear imagers when it comes to both scanning speed and data capture range. Optimized to read 1D bar codes on both non-reflective (paper) and reflective (mobile phone and computer displays) surfaces, the LI4278 gives your retail and hospitality customers the opportunity to implement an exciting range of mobility-enabled marketing programs, including mobile coupons, mobile gift cards and mobile loyalty cards.
  6. Zebra ()

    The innovative Motorola CS4070-SR enables enterprises to easily implement 2D imaging where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS4070-SR offers batch mode as well as real-time bar code data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more. The result is a new level of affordability for 2D scanning — and the ability to streamline, error-proof and simplify more business processes.
  7. Motorola ()

    If your workers are using tablets, laptops and smartphones, they all share a common challenge "" the consumer-grade camera used to capture barcodes makes scanning slow, uncomfortable and impossible unless the barcode is perfect. The Symbol CS4070 is the easiest way to add enterprise-class scanning to any mobile device.
  8. Honeywell ()

    Honeywell's Xenon health care scanner has long been the choice for best-in-class health care organizations looking to improve their medication administration and positive patient identification workflows. Utilizing Honeywell's sixth-generation Adaptus area-imaging technology, the Enhanced Xenon 1902h delivers incredibly responsive reading of virtually all 1D, PDF417, and 2D barcodes""and now includes a number of features specifically requested by clinicians to further enhance patient comfort and improve common clinician workflows.
  9. Datalogic ()

    The PowerScan PM9500 area imager is a ruggedized cordless reader suitable for all demanding applications.
  10. Zebra ()

    In addition to superior scanning performance, flexible information capture, an ultra-rugged design and unparalleled manageability, you get more features that help these scanners capture every high density barcode on the first try. From very low contrast barcodes that are etched directly onto parts to very high contrast white codes printed on black or black codes printed on white, the DS3678-HD does it all.

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