1900 Handheld Barcode Scanner

xenon-1900The 1900 is redefining the standard for hand-held scanners. Featuring a custom sensor that is optimized for barcode scanning, the 1900 offers industry-leading performance and reliability for a wide variety of applications that require the versatility of area-imaging technology.

The 1900 delivers superior barcode scanning and digital image capture. The 1900 incorporates a revolutionary decoding architecture that combines Adaptus Imaging Technology 5.5 and Omniplanar’s SwiftDecoder™ software along with a custom sensor, enabling extended depth of field, faster reading, and improved scanning performance on poor quality barcodes. From high density linear to 2D barcodes found directly on the screen of a mobile device, the 1900 decodes virtually all bar codes with ease.

A new space-saving design that mounts critical components on a single board eliminates the need for connectors. A more reliable design with fewer components minimizes downtime and improves serviceability, resulting in increased productivity. Its small form factor ensures that the 1900 fits well in virtually any sized hand, reducing operator fatigue.

Built with durability in mind, the 1900 can withstand up to 50 drops to concrete from distances as high as 6 feet. An IP41-rating provides added protection. With a solid-state design backed by a five-year warranty, the 1900 is constructed to deliver years of uninterrupted performance.

Optional disinfectant-ready housing protects investment with durable construction that is better able to resist the harmful effects of harsh chemicals.

 

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