TaoTronics TT-BS012 lector de código de barras - Lector de código barras (Laser, 100 reads/s, 650 nm, Inalámbrico y alámbrico, USB, 30 m) Negro
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Descripción del producto
Alcance inalámbrico: 30 m
Base de cargador: Si
Cables incluidos: USB
Color del producto: Negro
Consumo de energía: 95 mA
Códigos de barras lineales (1D) soportadas: Codabar, Code 11, Code 128, Code 32, Code 39, Code 93, DUN 14, EAN-13, EAN-8, GS1-128 (UCC/EAN-128), ITF-14, MSI, Plessey
Duración de la batería: 20 h
Frecuencia de operación: 2.4GHz
Indicadores LED: Si
Longitud de onda: 650 nm
Material de la carcasa: ABS sintéticos, PVC
Matriz (2D) de códigos de barras de apoyo: N
Niveles de luz (luz solar directa): 0 - 4000 Lux
Requisitos de energía: 5V DC
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tecnología de conectividad: Inalámbrico y alámbrico
Tiempo de carga: 2.5 h
Tipo: De mano
Tipo de sensor: Laser
Velocidad de lectura (máximo): 100 reads/s
Versión USB: 2.0
Voltaje de entrada: 5 V
Voltaje de la pila: 3.7 V
Ángulo de lectura: -65 - 65 °
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EDIT: I was wrong about the Manual not stating how to disable the "Return". It does show you in the manual how to disable this and add other functions on the back end as a Suffix. I just didnt not understand it unil i started playing around with it more. You can actually make it do many things after the barcode is scanned. This product just got better.
More info, for those who don't know about these things: this is just an input device. It works with any program because it just acts as if you typed in the numbers from the barcode. (we use it for book ISBNs). We can input it to a spreadsheet or a document or a specialized inventory program. It works by transmitting the digits to a usb receiver, so it works with any computer so equipped, and I've used it with an Android tablet that has a mini-usb port. (Had to buy a mini-to-normal-size usb adapter cable from amazon for about $7.)
The manual has special barcodes in it that let you configure the scanner to work in different ways. Right out of the box is the normal way: it reads and transmits the code to the computer immediately. I've also use their "memory mode," where it can read and memorize a long list of barcodes, and later download them to the computer. (Good for use when I want to scan a bunch of books in a different room from the computer. Also I can download the same list multiple times, into the inventory program plus a spreadsheet.) Haven't tried anything else.
This unit scans once per trigger pull. I've used others that stay on continuously, for multiple reads without triggering. I didn't notice that as an option in this scanner's manual. I didn't really look for it since I wouldn't want to use it that way (for battery life).
Charging time: The scanner came almost fully charged and I have not yet tested its battery life. 30hrs plus or minus a couple seems extremely reasonable.
Wireless: I've used this scanner at great distances and for the average user, the range is more than enough. It broadcasts on 2.4G channel so it does overlap with typical wireless set-ups, but that has not been an issue.
Quality: It's incredibly light which makes scanning hundreds of barcodes a breeze. In addition, the materials seem to be high end. The scanner's design is unique in that the laser's glass screen will not be scratched when placed in resting position. I also enjoy the led light at the top which will change color to tell you when the device is completely charged and when it has successfully read a barcode (helpful when you want to turn the annoying beeping sound off.)
Manual: I don't like manuals; I don't have the time nor do I care enough to read them. That said, reading the manual and configuring (very minimal configuration) the barcode scanner is easy, especially with the clear, concise directions included.
Price: on-par or cheaper than the other wireless barcode scanners I encountered on Amazon.
Bottom line: Great quality, good function, decent price. Buy them if you need a quality product.
BTW, I have 3 scanners and have, within a week, used them for about 10 hours of scanning, with no problems.