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Honeywell Expands Barcode Printer Portfolio

honeywell pd43 and pd43cHoneywell recently announced the addition of two new barcode label printers, the PD43 and PD43c, offering entry-level solutions for reliable industrial printing at a competitive price.

The PD43 and compact PD43c are ideal for use in the distribution center, transportation, retail and healthcare industries—the printers allow workers around the world to conduct mission-critical tasks with ease.

“The PD43 and even-smaller PD43c pack our latest printing technology into a compact yet rugged package. Unlike competing products that force a choice between price and performance, these new printers can scale with growing businesses at an accessible price point, helping organizations mind their bottom line without sacrificing performance,” said Juan Picon, vice president and general manager, scanning, printing and media, Honeywell Scanning & Mobility.

The PD43 and PD43c are compact, rugged and easy to use, making them an ideal solution to handle what you need, when you need it.

Learn more about the PD43 and PD43 compact barcode label printers.

Zebra Technologies Wins Good Design Award®

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Zebra Technologies recently won a prestigious Good Design Award for Design Excellence for their DS4800 scanner and TC55 mobile computer.

The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd. Present the annual awards for the most innovative and cutting-edge industrial, product, and graphic designs around the world. Now in its 6th year, Good Design honored Zebra Technologies for their pursuit of extraordinary design excellence.

The DS4800 Series of 2D array imagers offers enterprise-class scanning capabilities in a modern, industrial design and is the industry’s first barcode scanner to include a capacitive trigger, allowing retailers to select scanning input modality.

The TC55 combines the traditional enterprise-class mobile computer with the functionality and form of a smartphone, running Android Jelly Bean, all while including integrated data capture capabilities and withstanding harsh industrial environments.

The innovative design of the DS4800 Series and TC55 reflect the unique capabilities offered by these solutions to capture and exchange business-critical information. With its recent acquisition of Motorola Solutions’ Enterprise business, Zebra will continue to offer solutions that optimize the experience for enterprise workers,” said Curt Croley, senior director, Innovation & Design, Enterprise Technology Office, Zebra Technologies.

Learn more about Zebra and the Good Design Award.

Zebra Technologies Introduces Laserband ST

LaserBand ST

Zebra Technologies recently announced LaserBand ST, a durable, low-cost way for ambulatory surgery centers and outpatient clinics to identify patients throughout their procedures. LaserBand ST is a part of a comprehensive Positive Patient Identification solution set.

In the US, there are 5,300 ambulatory surgery centers and outpatient clinics that perform over 25 million treatments annually. Zebra’s LaserBand ST is able to positively identify patients with its:

  • Non-lamenating, direct print laser
  • Comfortable, patented curved edge
  • Latex-free material

Zebra Technologies is a leader in positive patient ID, offering comprehensive wristband solutions ideal for healthcare providers.

“Zebra’s direct-print LaserBand ST wristbands feature the ability to print wristbands and labels on one sheet, utilizing existing laser printers, enabling simple deployment of a barcoded wristband solution,” states Laurie Eldridge-Shanaman, Global Practice Lead, Healthcare, for Zebra Technologies.

Learn more about Zebra’s LaserBand ST, or read the full release.

Motorola DS4308 Series Most Impressive Yet!

Motorola recently introduced their next-generation 2D imager—the Symbol DS4308. The DS4308 series of imagers is easy to use and offers an extensive read range, allowing users to scan barcodes from closer or farther away than any others in its class.

The DS4308 is available in four models:

Ideal for scanning barcodes on mobile phones, drivers’ licenses and UPC codes from up to 28 inches away.

Features a 16.5 inch read range, ideal for general POS scanning. In addition, is well suited for scanning small barcodes on electronics, jewelry, etc.

This imager is made for barcode scanning at the patient bedside. It features haptic feedback to ensure patients are not disturbed, and of course has an IP43 sealing and disinfectant-ready plastic housing perfect for any hospital environment.

This presentation scanner with a built-in adjustable stand enables workers to instantly switch between handheld and hands-free mode.

The DS4308 series is Motorola’s most advanced imaging engine and offers PRZM intelligent imaging, so high-density barcodes, barcodes on mobile screens, and even damaged barcodes can be scanned.

“The new Symbol DS4308 series of imagers provides the advanced performance, ergonomics and versatility that organizations rely on to meet their business needs whether it is in a retail store, hospital or manufacturing plant. With the brightest LED aiming dot and omnidirectional scanning – the sweet spot for can’t miss point-and-shoot scanning, we made the DS4308 our most intuitive and easy-to-use scanner so more items get scanned and less time is spent prepping for a scan,” said Bob Sanders, senior vice president of Data Capture Solutions, Motorola Solutions.

Learn more about the Motorola DS4308 series.

IoT & RFID Videocast – Register Now!

Barcoding, Inc. will be holding a videocast on IoT on Sept. 23, 2014 at 11:30 am EDT.

While we’re not nearly at the point where every object is connected to the internet, the Internet of Things (IoT) is real and is changing the way we live, work and play.

That’s why Barcoding, Inc. has teamed up with Zebra Technologies, Motorola Solutions and SupplyChainDigest to bring you a Big Ideas Videocast entitled, The Internet of Things, Where it’s Headed, and Practical Strategies for Leveraging RFID Right Now.

IoT is leading a new era of “turbo visibility,” which provides limitless possibilities of new data sources. RFID technology is a key player in the IoT revolution and has already changed how supply chains thrive.

The videocast will discuss where IoT is headed and provide insights into how companies are using RFID across their supply chain and yielding a high ROI. Discover what IoT means for your company and how RFID technology can be leveraged to increase efficiency and examine several case studies featuring companies who have already achieved such success.

The videocast will feature Tom O’Boyle, Director of RFID, Barcoding, Inc., McLeod Williamson of Zebra Technologies, and SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore and takes place on Tuesday, Sept, 23, 2014 at 11:30am EDT.

Register for the The Internet of Things, Where it’s Headed, and Practical Strategies for Leveraging RFID Right Now videocast.

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