JE-233 OEM 2D Slim Barcode Scan Engine

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The JE-233 integrates JADAK’s decoding technology for unparalleled 1D and 2D scanning performance with more integration convenience. The JE-233 delivers a superior barcode reading, with outstanding speed and unrivaled accuracy.

Inside the ultra-compact JE-233 series engine, an embedded proprietary imaging sensor is  designed specifically for professional barcode reading. With powerful white illumination, this compact but powerful sensor captures more detail and is exceptionally motion tolerant—making it easy to decode hard-to-read barcodes under challenging ambient light environments.

Interface flexibility was designed into the JE-233 series. It supports both traditional parallel and MIPI interfaces for emerging technologies. This enables easier integration with the latest processors, saves space, reduces overall design cost and shortens the integration and development cycle. The JE-233 series is also backwards-compatible, reducing development complexity and making it easier and faster to integrate.

The JE-233 is available with a high-visibility LED based aimer that provides an ultra-clear and sharp green line, making targeting and scanning easy. The JE-233 series is a smart choice for enterprise mobility, tablet, sled and wearable device makers who do not want to compromise thermal management, power consumption, peak current control and EMI for unmatched 2D scanning performance.

 

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