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1D (one-dimensional) barcodes were the first type of barcode to be used internationally. There is solely alphanumeric data in these linear codes.
The meanings of each character in the code are listed in a database. Each character in the code stands for a different aspect of the product.
A scanner is used to read one-dimensional barcodes today. A laser is sent out by this scanner, and it picks up the pattern. Some light is absorbed when a laser of a specific frequency runs across the barcode, while the remainder reflects.
The global 1D barcode reader market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Code Reader 5200 (CR5200), a high-speed, omnidirectional reader for 1D barcode reader , was released, according to Code Corporation, a world leader in barcode scanning and data capture technology.
The CR5200 replaces the now End of Life (EOL) CR5020 and CR5025 and offers a number of improvements over its forerunners.
The CR5200 from Code uses strong image-capture technology to scan barcodes on any surface, including plastic bags, metal, and screens of low-light lighted mobile devices, which are small, low contrast, or even broken.
This capability, when combined with additional components like LED and audible tone user feedback elements, helps streamline checkout and admission procedures, cutting down on lines and enhancing customer service.
The CR5200 has a tiny footprint and is less than 6-inches tall (151.14 mm), which enables it to be placed in the most practical locations at the register.
The CR5200 is prepared for disinfection. The CR5200 complies with Level 2 CodeShield Plastic standards, providing improved protection against corrosive cleaning agents and aiding in the safety of both customers and personnel.
Users do not need to be concerned that cleaning agents used for disinfection would damage the plastic housing.
Its CMOS 1.2 Megapixel Monochrome Sensor, 1280 x 960 Optical Resolution, and 51° x 39.4° Field of View make it simple for users to scan and go on.
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