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Datalogic Heron Bar Code Scanners - Part# 80

80 - Datalogic Heron

    Keyboard Wedge - Ready-to-Go Kit. D130 Imager with PS/2 Connector Cable & Hands-Free Stand included. Color: Black.

    Stand

The Datalogic 80 entry-level readers are packed with features to delight any user. Ideal for instinctive reading distance applications (near contact to over 20 cm / 8 in) at the retail point of sale (POS) or office applications, the 80 readers provide high performance in an innovative design package.

Perfect for use as both a handheld and a presentation style reader, all 80 models are lightweight and ergonomically shaped for handheld use and include an auto-sensing stand in the package. Removed from the stand the reader switches to handheld mode, placed correctly in the stand, the reader beeps and automatically switches to Stand Mode (hands-free) for presentation reading.

Additional Features & Advantages of the Datalogic re-model:
  • Handheld and hands-free operation.
  • Accurate and high first-pass read rates.
  • Complete data formatting and editing.
  • Datalogic patented 'Green Spot' for good-read feedback.
  • Supports GS1 DataBar linear codes.
  • Several interface models available.
  • Nedap and Checkpoint Systems EAS compatible model.Developed to satisfy all requirements at the POS, the 80 series of readers are available with different interface sets: the standard D130 multi-interface model (RS-232, USB, Wedge and Wand Emulation); the D110 model, providing complete connectivity to main IBM cash registers and POS terminals; the D140 model, which performs undecoded reader applications; and the D150 EAS model which has an integrated EAS antenna and special EAS cables, for ease of connection and compatibility with Nedap and Checkpoint EAS systems, guaranteeing EAS tag deactivation and code reading in one smooth motion.

    All Datalogic 80 readers feature Datalogic's exclusive patented 'Green Spot' for good read feedback directly on the code. In Stand Mode, the Green Spot remains on to show the operator where to position the code for quick and intuitive reading.