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Datalogic Scanning Issues QuickScan Imager With "Green Spot" Technology

Datalogic Scanning has made available the new QuickScan QD2100 Imager. The latest model features Datalogic's "Green Spot" technology for retail, document handling, courier and postal applications. The imager works on hard-to-read, poorly printed and damaged barcodes, according to the vendor. It is designed to read 1D codes and recently adopted GS1 DataBar linear codes. The small, lightweight unit shares the same enclosure, accessories and cables with the QuickScan Laser scanner. Datalogic's Green Spot technology provides intuitive code positioning and good-read feedback in noisy environments. Replaceable scan window kits allow for the cleaning or replacement of dirty, scratched or damaged scan windows. The imager reads barcodes as small as 4 mils, making it suitable for small labels on produce, jewelry, beauty and healthcare products in the retail industry. It is also applicable to light industrial or ticketing applications, where the reading of small barcodes is required, Datalogic said. Equipped with extended depth of field, the imager reads barcodes from greater distances, eliminating the need to purchase multiple scanners for different applications. The downloadable Datalogic Aladdin Software Configurator makes it easy to customize programming to meet unique application needs. Offered with a five-year warranty, the new model is available in both point-of-sale and general-purpose versions.
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Datalogic Scanning has made available the new QuickScan QD2100 Imager. The latest model features Datalogic's "Green Spot" technology for retail, document handling, courier and postal applications. The imager works on hard-to-read, poorly printed and damaged barcodes, according to the vendor. It is designed to read 1D codes and recently adopted GS1 DataBar linear codes. The small, lightweight unit shares the same enclosure, accessories and cables with the QuickScan Laser scanner. Datalogic's Green Spot technology provides intuitive code positioning and good-read feedback in noisy environments. Replaceable scan window kits allow for the cleaning or replacement of dirty, scratched or damaged scan windows. The imager reads barcodes as small as 4 mils, making it suitable for small labels on produce, jewelry, beauty and healthcare products in the retail industry. It is also applicable to light industrial or ticketing applications, where the reading of small barcodes is required, Datalogic said. Equipped with extended depth of field, the imager reads barcodes from greater distances, eliminating the need to purchase multiple scanners for different applications. The downloadable Datalogic Aladdin Software Configurator makes it easy to customize programming to meet unique application needs. Offered with a five-year warranty, the new model is available in both point-of-sale and general-purpose versions.
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