Moteurs de numérisation de code à barres bidimensionnels
N5600 Series 2D Scan Engines
Fast and accurate. Best in-class data capture. Exceptional motion tolerance. Reads difficult barcodes. Laser aimer. Color option. Mobile ready
Built on an industry-leading imaging platform and featuring Adaptus imaging technology 6.0, the N5600 Series delivers an entirely new level of barcode and OCR font reading performance with unmatched speed and accuracy.
At the heart of the system is a new, proprietary, imaging sensor, the world's first designed specifically for optimum barcode reading.
With an advanced illuminating design, this unique sensor captures images for barcode decoding with exceptional motion tolerance. The patented color option captures color images without sacrificing barcode reading performance. Adaptus 6.0 also includes a completely revamped software architecture. It leads the industry in its ability to decode hard-to-read barcodes.
The N5600 Series can meet a wide range of application requirements, with superior built-in versatility with various available options. The N5600 Series is available as imagers with either a hardware decoder for easy integration or a licensed software decoder for space- and power-constrained applications such as mobile terminals.
Backed by Honeywell's expert OEM integration support, and proven quality and reliability, the N5600 Series packs tremendous value to OEM customers by providing a best-in-class data capture solution, reducing development investment, and decreasing total ownership costs.
- Adaptus 6.0 imaging technology: Provides fast, accurate reading of barcodes and OCR fonts with best-in-class range and extraordinary motion tolerance, even on hard-to-read codes.
- Mobile ready: Can easily read barcodes directly from mobile device screens.
- Available color option: Eliminates the need for a separate camera. Features patented color imaging technology for capturing signatures, packages, license plates, and ID cards.
- High visibility laser aiming option: Ensures crisp and accurate targeting, even in bright sunlight.