1D Wireless Barcode Scanners

Wireless scanners can be untethered from USB cable and work independently, more saving operation space. We use environmentally friendly materials as the shell of the scanner, through smart and reasonable closure design to achieve a high level of protection. USB interface signal receiver, suitable for most data receiving devices, such as computers, cash registers, etc.

Q: What is 1D wireless barcode scanenr?

A: 1D barcode (also known as a linear code) is a visual black and white pattern. 1D barcode scanner includes laser and CCD red light imaging effects. The wireless scanner communicates with the computer through a USB signal receiver and can work independently from the data line, that is, the wireless scanner.

Q: Is a 2D barcode scanner better than a 1D barcode scanner?

A: No, it is not necessarily better to have a 2D barcode scanner than a 1D barcode scanner. It really depends on the application and the types of barcodes you will be using. For example, if you are only using standard 1D linear barcodes, then a 1D scanner may be the most cost-effective option. However, if you require scanning of more advanced 2D barcodes, such as QR codes, then a 2D barcode scanner may be the better choice.

Q: How do I setup a wireless barcode scanner?

A: Barcode scanners require no drivers, so simply plug the barcode scanner into your computer’s USB port. The computer should recognise the device and you should be able to start scanning products right away. Click the cursor to the position where you need to output data, scan the code, you can receive the barcode data you need.

Q: Why is my wireless scanner not connecting to my computer?

A: You may need to disable the firewall and any anti-virus software on your wireless router or access point. Check to see if access restrictions, such as MAC address filtering, are set on the router or access point. If access restrictions are set, add your scanner’s MAC address to your router’s address list.

Q: Why use barcode scanner?

A: Barcode scanner is a scanner dedicated to identifying barcode or QR code data. We need to use the data content contained in the bar code in many environments. Of course, we can manually input the data content of the bar code, but with the help of the bar code scanner, greatly improve our work efficiency. This will save a lot of time.