Flexpoint HS-1 Presentation Barcode Scanner

1D/2D Presentation Barcode Scanner

The Flexpoint HS-1 presentation barcode scanner is ideally suited for healthcare and other applications that require hands-free barcode scanning.  Combining high-end performance and quality with an ergonomic and compact size, the Flexpoint HS-1 from JADAK provides aggressive scanning performance on linear (1D) and matrix (2D) barcodes.  This includes Databar / RSS / GS1 and other popular healthcare barcodes. The HS-1 is a member of a family of Flexpoint scanners that include RFID, MRI compatible and Wireless Bluetooth versions. Key features of the HS-1 include:

  • Desktop base with flex-neck that is available in different lengths
  • Magnetic Base, IV Pole Mount and Shelf Clamping options available
  • Sealed Housing (IP54) – Keeps contaminants out of the scanner
  • Gunk Free Design – The smooth design features reduce areas for gunk to collect
  • Medical Grade Plastic – The HS-1 housing is compatible with medical cleansers and will not degrade from repetitive cleanings
  • Tactile Feedback – A programmable vibrate mode can provide users on whether the read was good or if an error occurred
  • Compact Design – It’s small design fits almost everywhere
  • Easy Mounting – On medical carts, IV poles, desktops and walls
  • Hands-Free Mode – It can be mounted in a presentation stand, so users can scan without having to pickup the scanner

JADAK provides a full suite of support and services for the Flexpoint HS-1, including cost effective ways to adapt the HS-1 to meet your specific needs.  Just ask us!

 

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