Datalogic Barcode Scanners
Datalogic Scanning’s wide range of barcode scanners offer users a variety of choices for their data collection activities. Product sets offer conventional laser, or linear imaging technology and support for linear or 2D decoding, plus a variety of features to meet specific scanning needs. For use in simple to complex applications across industries, you will find these barcode scanners easy to use, fast, accurate and extremely versatile, while maintaining ergonomic comfort for extended periods of use.
TSD Technologies is proud to be a Datalogic Partner.
Our barcode scanning experts have years of experience with all of the Datalogic barcode scanners, and are certified by Datalogic for all aspects of sales, integration, service and support of Datalogic barcode scanners, including:
- Datalogic barcode scanner sales
- Datalogic barcode scanner installation
- Datalogic barcode scanner software and integration
- Datalogic barcode scanner repair
- Datalogic barcode scanner maintenance
- Datalogic barcode scanner support
The Datalogic Green Spot
The most important part of reading barcodes is to know that the device has successfully read the barcode in front of it. This confirmation is typically provided by the good-read beep. Depending on your environment, it is not always possible to hear the beep or in some situations, like hospital patient rooms or libraries, it is not desirable to have repeated beeping.
Datalogic Scanning’s patented Green Spot good-read indicator improves user feedback by projecting a green spot directly on the code just read. This visual confirmation is perfect for applications that benefit from silent reading or in environments that are too noisy to hear the beep. So always ask your barcode scanner – got dot?
Featured Datalogic Barcode Scanner
Datalogic Gryphon GBT4400 2D Barcode Scanner With Bluetooth Wireless Technology
The Gryphon GBT4400 2D reader is designed with Datalogic’s Motionix™ motion-sensing technology, which enables the scanner to intuitively switch into handheld mode when the device is picked up. When placed back into the stand, it seamlessly returns to stand mode, eliminating the need to scan a code or to rely on a mechanical switch to make this change.