The CS3000 series allows mobile workforces in retail, supply chain, facilities management and direct store delivery (DSD) to overcome productivity challenges with superior scanning performance in an easy to use, ergonomic and intuitive device. For example, custodial staff can scan bar codes on entry doors and other locations to document the accurate completion of activities, while manufacturers and distributors can provide customers with a CS3000 to scan inventory as it is used to automate order processing at the point of consumption.
“In an era where mobility is critical for success, Motorola continues to expand its scanning portfolio to meet the diverse needs of customers across multiple industries,” said Al Quinn, vice president and general manager of advanced data capture, Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions. ”The new CS3000 series represents a new category of devices for mobile workers who need access to scanning technology anywhere, anytime – bringing new levels of portability and productivity to mobile scanning.”
Available in two models, batch or Bluetooth®, the CS3000 series is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard for convenient access and portability. The CS3000 can be utilized in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes, while the CS3070 offers both batch and real-time data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and other electronic devices. In addition, the CS3000 series provides a simple and easy to use two-button interface that requires little to no training for end-users to get started – ultimately reducing total-cost-of-ownership and improving operational efficiencies.
Additional features include:
- Highly intuitive 2-button interface for easy scanning
- Ergonomic design for the most scan-intensive tasks
- Large memory capacity allows workers to capture more than one million bar codes
- Durable design, including IP40 sealing and the ability to withstand drops and tumbles
- Long battery life ensures more than a single shift of scanning performance per charge
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