Large Selection, Competitive Prices, FREE shipping:
We have one of the largest selections of barcode scanners with over 500 configurations available from top manufacturers like Motorola, Honeywell and Datalogic. This allows us to help you find the right barcode scanner for your needs. Also, as an Authorized Reseller for these top brands, you can be sure that the products we sell are brand new and carry the full manufacturer's warranty - all at competitive prices with FREE shipping1.
How to find the barcode scanner that best fits your needs:
Whether you want to chose by manufacturer, environment, corded or non-corded, or some other criteria, you can use our Narrow Your Results tool (on the left hand side) to find the barcode scanner that best fits your requirements.The following lists some of the key criteria for selecting a barcode scanner (click here to scroll to the bottom of this page for more information on any of these criteria):
- 1D or 2D barcodes: One of the first things you need to know is whether you will be scanning 1D barcodes ONLY or whether you will be scanning 2D barcodes as well (for more information on 1D versus 2D barcodes, click here). If you are ONLY scanning 1D barcodes, you can use either a laser scanner or linear imager; if you will be scanning 2D barcodes at any time, you will need a 2D scanner (also known as an area imager). Note: In general, a 2D barcode scanner can scan BOTH 1D and 2D barcodes.
- Environment: barcode scanners are designed for three basic types of environment: General Purpose, Rugged or Healthcare. General Purpose barcode scanners are typically used in retail and office environments whereas rugged (also known as industrial) barcode scanners are used in warehouses and manufacturing environments. Barcode scanners for healthcare environments typically have a special anti-microbial coating and can withstand daily cleaning with harsh disinfectant chemical solutions.
- Corded or Cordless: Cordless barcode scanners allow you to scan barcodes without worrying about a cable; this allows you to scan at a greater distances (without being tethered to a computer) as well as eliminating one of the most common points of failure. However, these cordless barcode scanners are typically more expensive than their corded counterparts.
- Interface: This specifies how the barcode scanner will be connected to your computer. The most common options are USB and Keyboard Wedge. If you're using USB, be careful as there are a variety of USB options available most likely, yours will be plain, oldUSB but you can Click here see the different USB types.
With this criteria in mind, you can being using our Narrow Your Results
Filtered Search tool to select a specific barcode scanner for your needs. Click here
on more detailed information on how to use our barcode scanner Filter Search tool.
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