The innovative Motorola CS3000 Series enables enterprises to easily implement 1D laser scanning where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard.
The CS3000 can be utilized in standalone mode for the batch scanning of barcodes, while the CS3070 offers batch mode as well as real-time barcode data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more.
Once connected to a host, the batch data can be configured for automatic transfer to an application. Since captured scans are placed in a user-definable standard ASCII file type, the information can be easily utilized to populate order forms, spreadsheets and inventory lists. The result is a new level of affordability for 1D scanning and the ability to streamline, error proof and simplify more business processes.
The easy to use Motorola CS3000 Series requires virtually no training to operate. The highly intuitive simple 2-button interface makes scanning easy. In addition, grooves that guide hand and fingers into the most comfortable scanning position combine with soft rubber trigger buttons to bring comfort to the most scan intensive tasks.
The large memory capacity of the Motorola CS3000 Series allows workers to capture over a million barcodes, providing ample support for the largest batch operations. The non-volatile memory ensures that batch data is retained. Built-in business durability provides a low TCO. A 4 ft. drop specification and the ability to survive 500 x 1.64 ft. consecutive tumbles combine to ensure dependable operation. And a 24-hour batch/12-hour Bluetooth mode battery cycle time insures well over single shift scanning performance on a charge.