3800I Handheld Barcode Scanner

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Rugged, Handheld, Linear Imager

3800i industrial image readers are the first industrial class readers to bring you  industry-leading image technology. This technology allows you to read barcodes at ranges up to 82 inches (208 cm). In real world applications, this extended read range means less climbing and reaching, and more operator productivity.

The 3800i picks up your barcode image and processes its content 270 times per second. In a fraction of a second, the digital image processor quickly and easily determines the data content and sends it to your host computer. This proprietary technology quickly and securely identifies poor quality symbols, while delivering snappy performance.

Backed by a solid warranty, the 3800i has a 3 year warranty against defects. Shock absorbing rubber overmold on the case and a sealed optics module ensure this device will survive dozens of 6.5 foot (2 meter) drops to concrete.

Industrial applications often take you into environments that challenge many devices, including extreme temperature variations, dirt, dust, and rain. The 3800i is environmentally sealed to an IP54 rating, which prevents dust and water from entering the units and degrading performance. It can be used outdoors during winter or other freezing temperature conditions, withstanding applications that subject it to constant -22°F (-30° C) temperatures.

For reading in applications that exhibit high ambient light, the 3800i can be ordered with an aiming beam, which offers true point and shoot performance without moving laser optics. This option allows the operator to reliably find and scan the code.

 

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