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1. The two-dimensional scanning platform used on desktop computers can scan barcodes and QR codes on paper and screens.
2. Barcode devices provide accurate, easy-to-use and fast data entry solutions for computer systems.
3. No need to install any software and drivers, just connect to the computer via a USB cable, plug and play.
4. No need to pick up the scanner when scanning, easy to use, can improve work efficiency and save time.
5. Mainly used to scan mobile payment codes instead of scanning ordinary product codes.
Item Type: Barcode Scanner
Image Sensor: 640 x 480 CMOS
Light Source: White light LED650nmÂ±10%
2D: QR code, PDF417, DataMatrix, HAN-XIN code
CODE128, EAN8, EAN13, UPCE, UPCA, CODE39, CODABAR,
1D: CODE93, ITF25, MATRIX25, CHNPOST25, INDUSTRIALAL25, COOP25, STANDARD25, PLESSEY, MSIPLESSEY, CODE11
Resolution: â¥ 5 million
Depth of Field:
QR: Approx. 36 x 36mm / 1.4 x 1.4in
Code: Approx. 10 ~ 190mm / 0.4 ~ 7.5in
Reading Angle: Horizontal: 50Â°
Machinery amp; Electronics:
Interface: Keyboard, RS-232, USB (HID or V-COM), PS/2
Working Voltage: 5VDCÂ±10%
Current at 5VDC
Size: LWH: Approx. 88 x 88 x 82.5mm / 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.2in
Working Temperature: -20â-+50â
Storage Temperature: -20â-+70â
Humidity: 5%-93% (no condensation)
Ambient Light: 0ï½100,000 lx (natural light)
ESD: Â±9KV (contact discharge); Â±15KV (air discharge)
How to Use:
1. In order to obtain a good reading effect, the aiming beam projected by the viewfinder should be aimed at the center of the barcode, but it can be aimed in any direction for reading.
2. Aim the scanning at the bar code and press the trigger so
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