The need for an accurate and efficient bar code scanner is paramount to the operation of a successful optical lab.
There is one piece of equipment that is surprisingly crucial to the continuous, smooth operation of today’s highly automated and technologically driven lab: the bar code scanner. Without this indispensible piece of equipment, production could grind to a halt. The Honeywell Voyager 1202g-bf bar code scanner by Arch Crown is a good
example of one such device.
The Voyager™ series of handheld, single-line bar code scanners has united form with function and Honeywell boasts that it has become the industry benchmark for value and performance.
A plug-and-play scanner, the Voyager 1202g-bf features a multi-interface design with automatic interface detection. By automatically configuring itself to the appropriate interface upon connection, the installation process is shortened and the cumbersome task of scanning and programming bar codes is eliminated.
BATTERY-FREE AND WIRELESS
Built on the proven Voyager platform, the 1202g-bf offers high-performance, single-line bar code scanning and the convenience of Bluetooth‘ wireless technology. It fully charges in less than 20 seconds with a wall power adapter and provides short-term power for at least 100 wireless scans. The 1202g-bf delivers aggressive linear bar code scanning performance even on poor quality or damaged bar codes, which can be a real time saver when a bar code is not quite up to par.
An integrated Bluetooth Class 2 radio grants users complete freedom of movement up to 10m (33 ft.) from the base in a typical work environment. By eliminating the trip-hazard of tethered cables, the 1202g-bf can make for a safer and more productive work environment. It also wirelessly provides automatic paging functionality so that the scanner can be located if it is misplaced.
The right bar code scanner can make a world of difference for your practice.
• Battery-free wireless technology
• Enhanced ergonomics and reduced environmental impact
• Bluetooth wireless technology
• Automatic interface configuration
• Poor quality bar code reading
• Paging functionality
Steven Warfield is a lab technician and freelance writer based in Harrisburg, PA.
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