Simple 1D & 2D barcode registration with the Opticon PX-36 scanner kit.
Our scanSYNC Inventory 2D kit offers a simple yet efficient way for counting and registration with barcodes.
The scanning process starts with entering a reference. This can be a location, order number or other reference. After this step you are going through a loop of scanning a barcode and entering the quantity. The quantity input can be done directly via the numeric keypad. When finished with this reference you are able to step back and go on with the next reference, or step back again to the main menu. From here you can send all registered data from the terminal to the PC. Each record holds the date and time of scan as the PX-36 terminal has an internal Real Time Clock (RTC).
The received file on the PC is in SSV format (Semicolon Separated Values). From here it can be picked up for further processing.This scanner kit contains:
- Opticon PX-36 2D scanner with numeric keypad, including battery and handstrap;
- scanSYNC Inventory software pre-installed on the PX-36;
- Opticon CRD-9723-RU cradle, with power supply and USB cable;
- USB drivers for CRD-9723-RU cradle (download link);
- Communication software to retrieve the data from the terminal to the PC (download link).
Which type of symbologies can be decoded?
Mind that all scanners/engines that will decode 2D symbologies wil ALSO decode 1D barcodes.
These are samples to show what is meant by this feature.
Always consult the leaflet and/or datasheet to determine exactly which symbologies are supported!
Please contact us for assistance when in doubt about scanning/decoding functionality.
IP Ratings (Ingress Protection)
A two-digit number established by the International Electro Technical Commission, is used to provide an Ingress Protection rating to a piece of electronic equipment or to an enclosure for electronic equipment.
The protection class after EN60529 are indicated by short symbols that consist of the two code letters IP and a code numeral for the amount of the protection.
Example: IP65 (NEMA 4)
The two digits represent different forms of environmental influence:
• The first digit represents protection against ingress of solid objects.
• The second digit represents protection against ingress of liquids.
The larger the value of each digit, the greater the protection. As an example, a product rated IP54 would be better protected against environmental factors than another similar product rated as IP42.
Ingress of solid objects
Ingress of liquids
|0||No protection||No protection|
|1||Protected against solid objects over 50mm e.g. hands, large tools.||Protected against vertically falling drops of water or condensation.|
|2||Protected against solid objects over 12.5mm e.g. hands, large tools.||Protected against falling drops of water, if the case is disposed up to 15 from vertical.|
|3||Protected against solid objects over 2.5mm e.g. wire, small tools.||Protected against sprays of water from any direction, even if the case is disposed up to 60from vertical.|
|4||Protected against solid objects over 1.0mm e.g. wires.||Protected against splash water from any direction.|
|5||Limited protection against dust ingress.
(no harmful deposit)
|Protected against low pressure water jets from any direction. Limited ingress permitted.|
|6||Totally protected against dust ingress.||Protected against high pressure water jets from any direction. Limited ingress permitted.|
|7||N/A||Protected against short periods of immersion in water.|
|8||N/A||Protected against long, durable periods of immersion in water.|
|9k||N/A||Protected against close-range high pressure, high temperature spray downs.|
|Number of fields||:||3 data entry fields | reference - article - quatity (+ date & time)|
|Barcode types||:||1D barcodes & 2D codes|
|Interface||:||USB - VCP communication|
|File format||:||SSV (Semicolon Seperated Values)|