Flexpoint HS-2 Bluetooth Barcode Scanner

Bluetooth/Wireless 1D/2D Barcode Reader

The Flexpoint HS-2 healthcare barcode scanner is ideally suited for Wireless/ Bluetooth operation in medical and other applications. Combining high-end performance and quality with an ergonomic and compact size, the Flexpoint HS-2 provides aggressive scanning performance on linear (1D) and matrix (2D) barcodes, including Databar / RSS / GS1 and other popular healthcare barcodes. The HS-2 is a member of a family of flexpoint scanners that includes the HS-1 corded version, as well as RFID and MRI compatible versions.

  • Sealed Housing (IP54)
  • Ergonomic shape –  The shape of the HS-2 provides an alternative to standard gun-shaped scanners, making it easy to use and carry
  • Flexible mounting options –  With a small footprint and mounting design features, the HS-2 charging base can be mounted to a wall, desktop, gooseneck stand, monitor, or just about anything
  • Presentation Mode –   Most bluetooth barcode scanners can’t scan barcodes while the scanner is in the charging base, or it’s difficult to go from base to hand scanning modes.  The HS-2 Charging base allows for presentation mode scanning and is easy to transition from base mode scanning to hand scanning modes
  • Medical Grade Housing – The housing of the HS-2 is compatible with medical cleansers and disinfectants
  • MRI Compatible (optional) – The HS-2 is available in MRI compatible versions that allow the HS-2M to be used within an MRI room

JADAK provides a full suite of support and services for the Flexpoint HS-2, including cost effective ways to adapt the HS-2 to meet your specific needs.  Just ask us!

 

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