Did you know, a barcode is just a different way of encoding numbers and letters by using a combination of bars and spaces of varying widths?
Whether you are keeping track of:
- computers and other important equipment within the company
- own a warehouse that has to keep a constantly current tally of millions of items or
- you own a small store and need to keep a watchful eye on your stock
barcode scanners are used to help retrieve, collect and tabulate this data: they are the ideal device for inventory and stocktaking.
There are several different types of barcode scanners. They can come in various forms, so it’s important to know which ones will work best for you, depending on the nature of your business as to what type will suit you best.
At bits & bytes we will guide you to your ideal scanner:
- 1D Barcode Scanner: which reads the standard type one-dimensional barcodes that consist of black and white bars.
- 2D Barcode Scanner: which can interpret two-dimensional barcodes (they store data in two dimensions, rather than in just a series of black and white bars) eg QR codes.
- Wireless Barcode Scanners: which work without the data cable and are ideally suited for applications which require significant freedom of movement, mobility, and flexibility
- Portable Data Collectors: which gather information from usually barcoded or tagged items.
Anyway your information is stored and needs collecting, we have an easy and efficient way of making work quicker!