2D Wireless Barcode Scanners
2D Wireless Barcode Scanners are scanners that are capable of scanning a variety of bar code formats including 1D, 2D, and PDF417. 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. They are typically easy to use. Plug and play. USB interface signal receiver, suitable for most data receiving devices, such as computers, cash registers, etc.
Q: What is 2D barcode scanner?
A: 2D barcode scanner is a device that uses a digital camera or laser scanner to read two-dimensional barcodes such as QR codes, Datamatrix codes, and PDF417 codes. The device can then be connected to a computer or other system to extract the data stored within the code. 2D barcode scanners are used in many industries, including retail, healthcare, manufacturing, and logistics.
Q: What is the most common 2D barcode?
A: The most common 2D barcode is the QR code. QR codes are used to quickly and easily transfer data between two devices. They are typically used to store information such as website links, contact information, product details, and more. In addition, we also use PDF417 and Data Matrix a lot. Each of these provide their own advantages.
Q: What are the systems supported by our barcode scanner?
A: Our barcode scanner supports a range of systems, including Windows, iOS, Mac, Android, Linux, and more. It also supports a variety of barcode formats such as 1D, 2D, and PDF417. It also has features such as auto-sensing, wireless connection.
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: Is the more expensive the scanner, the better?
A: The answer to this question depends on the specific needs of our. Generally speaking, higher-end scanners typically offer more features and higher quality scans, but they can also be substantially more expensive. It is important to evaluate the features you need in a scanner and then determine if the more expensive option is worth the investment.