The bar code wand is designed to operate in an environment from -20 to 50 degrees Celsius. The wide temperature range may mean the difference between a working bar code wand in extreme weather conditions.
A special optical bandpass and electrical filter ensures that the bar code wand will read labels in direct sunlight or under strong fluorescent lighting.
The bar code wand is built for heavy duty use. Experience shows that cables are the most vulnerable part of a bar code wand. Our double spiraled cable coiled with inner spiral stranded conductors--greatly reduces failures. The durable cable is guaranteed to withstand 2 million 90 degree bends with a one pound weight.
A wand tip must scan millions of labels, as well as withstand accidental drops to the floor. The bar code wand's synthetic ruby ball tip is second only to the diamond in hardness, and is spring loaded to give extra assurance in preventing damage. Self-cleaning, the ruby ball tip assures consistent read performance by protecting the optics from dust and dirt.
Stainless Steel Case
This seamless metal case withstands harder knocks at the workstation than other wand cases.
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