Throughout various enterprise applications across the world (including warehousing, field service, transportation), traditional handheld barcode scanners are being replaced by lightweight, rugged tablets. Not just because the upfront costs can be less, but because those rugged tablets can do barcode scanning plus any other applications that are completed on a Windows-based platform. It extends the functionality of the device in to other parts of the business where productivity and efficiency improvements may be needed.
Why is barcode scanning necessary? It fills the need for accurate, timely capture and use of inventory data, with applications from the checkout line in-store to the complex inventory management systems of major enterprise and government organizations.
Explore the family of barcode scanning rugged tablets.
Many of the MobileDemand tablets are capable of being equipped with integrated barcode scanners.
The barcoding experts at MobileDemand have created a free online barcode generator available to everyone. Create, download and save unlimited functional barcodes for use throughout your business. Choose between EAN-13, UPC-A, EAN-8, QR Codes, ITF, Code 39 and Code 128 variations of barcodes with several output options including PDF, JPG, PNG and GIF.
Also available is a Windows app capable of performing the same barcode creation functions. The app is free in the Windows Store.
Which Scanners are Used in the Tablets?
Used in the:
- xTablet T8650
- xTablet T1600
- xTablet T1400
- xTablet T1200
- xTablet T7200
The EA31 features best-in-class motion tolerance, time-to-read, and support for omni-directional scanning--with the added benefit of a safe LED-based aimer, ideal for dynamic retail and customer-facing applications.
SE4710 (2D Option)
Used in the:
- xTablet T1500
- xTablet T8500
Capture barcodes from near contact to farther than 24 in./60 cm away. And, it has a wide field of view that allows easy close-up reading of large barcodes as well as multiple barcodes.
For warehouse and production facilities worldwide, the efficient movement of materials and employees alike is key to running a successful operation. For Minnesota-based Japs-Olson, this involves more than 30 forklifts, 700 employees and a forklift-mounted tablet solution accurately tracking inventory and keeping the mobile workforce as productive as possible at all times.
Japs-Olson utilizes forklift-mounted tablets with Bluetooth and USB barcode scanners.