Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Code, an industry leader of advanced, image-based barcode readers, announces the availability of the Code Reader™ 3600 Direct Part Mark (CR3600 DPM). This new addition to Code’s product line provides an option for the CR3600 to read DPM barcodes.
“The CR3600 DPM provides an exciting evolution to our product line,” says John Deal, Director of Product Development at Code. “This device demonstrates our dedication to developing advanced barcode reading technology and solutions to meet the industry-specific needs of our customers.”
Designed for applications that require process controls, component tracking, work-in-process (WIP) and assembly line monitoring, the CR3600 DPM handles barcode reading needs in Aerospace, Automotive, Pharmaceutical, DOD, and Semiconductor industries.
With an IP54 rating, the CR3600 DPM is rugged and durable for the most demanding of environments. Available in portable wireless palm and handled configurations, the CR3600 DPM reliably transmits barcoded data to a host device via a secure Bluetooth connection. With the capability of direct data input from its keypad the CR3600 DPM provides instant visibility of stored data on its brightly colored screen, making the CR3600 DPM the ideal mobile barcode reading solution for deployment where integration and versatility are required.
Additional features include, but are not limited to:durable, quick-release rechargeable battery cartridges; battery status LED indicators with a fuel gauge; real-time clock; and compatibility with Bluetooth supported Android, iOS, and Windows mobile devices and tablets.
Code designs, develops and manufactures automatic identification and data collection devices, accessories and application enablement systems. Code's compact portable products provide 'plug and play' input of data from barcodes and advanced 2D symbols. Cordless systems utilize enhanced Bluetooth® radios as well as optional FIPS 140-2 certification. Code provides reading and decoding of all open barcode symbologies. While committed to open symbology support, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode® symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City. For more information, go to http://www.codecorp.com.
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