Are You Wasting Time On Unreadable Barcode Labels?
How can a thermal printer prevent printing unreadable barcode labels?
As you are very well aware of, poor quality barcode prints can be extremely costly. Not only are they frustrating for the user, but they cost in wasted down time, wasted media resources, time and expense of reprinting. Further down the line, if they don’t hold up and are damaged, they cost in lost efficiencies, revenue and compliance failures, such as product label rejections, returned stock, having to rescan or enter the numbers by hand, inability to track or locate items, and poor asset management. No company can afford to default on their barcoding.
If you are finding that poor barcode prints are costing you (see barcode below), Honeywell’s H-Class Integrated Linear Scanner might be the right fit. This integrated linear scanner provides a cost effective means to easily detect damaged barcodes and ribbon wrinkle. Compared to others on the market, it has a very compact and slim design that sits flush to the printer and is very accordable at half the price.
The Linear Scanner is available on 203dpi, 300dpi, 400dpi and 600dpi H-Class models, including both 4” and 6” barcode label widths. And, it can either be purchased with a new H-Class printer or as an optional add-on for those with existing H-Class printers.
Summary of the Key Benefits:
- Voids labels with failed barcodes automatically
- Low price – half the price of other competitive options
- Compact design – only 19 mm x 53 mm x 47 mm (0.75 inch x 2.09 inch x 1.85 inch)
- Allows for rapid barcode scanning at up to 700 times/second
- Easily customizable formats for:
- minimum readable height
- redundancy level
- barcode selection
- void height
- number of retries
Honeywell’s Integrated Linear Scanner
For further information on Honeywell’s (Datamax-O’Neil) H-Class Integrated linear scanner and barcode printers, and for all your printer and barcode labeling equipment options, call us as (800) 643-2664 and immediately talk to one of our friendly representatives; or chat us up on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn!
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