New Cable Simplifies Bluetooth Connection to Mobile Barcode Devices #nrf16

code t500Code's T500: A New Method for Solving Barcode Reading Challenges

Salt Lake City, UT – January, 2016 – Code, an industry leader of image-based barcode reading technology, today announced that Code Readers have been certified for use with iOS® devices by utilizing Code’s unique accessory, the T500, a Bluetooth® enabled cable.

Code Readers like the CR900FD and CR5000 are flexible, high-performance barcode readers built to easily decode 1D, 2D and postal barcodes from a variety of media, including cell phone screens and driver licenses. With the T500, these readers easily and effortlessly connect to Android™, Windows®, iOS, and other devices that lack the standard USB and RS232 ports, to provide ultimate flexibility at the point of service.

“As tablets and smartphones have made their way into enterprise applications, the barcode reading options have historically been limited,” said John Deal, Director of Product Management at Code. “The T500 changes that by giving retailers a cost-effective way to bring Bluetooth technology to mobile point-of-sale, by eliminating the need to purchase expensive Bluetooth readers and avoiding the repeated cost of replacement batteries.” code bluetooth cable

Multiple Bluetooth protocol support gives application developers and independent software vendors numerous options for using the reader and T500 with their application. Simply plug and play with the Bluetooth keyboard options, or leverage Code’s easy-to-use software development kit for a higher level of control.

Whether a tablet is being used for checkout or for self-service applications like price checking or admission, the T500 gives customers the ability to wirelessly connect a variety of readers, from handheld to presentation, to an iPad®, Samsung Galaxy Tab®, or Microsoft® Surface™. This flexibility is ideal for a number of markets, including retail, quick service restaurants, fitness centers, hospital admissions, clinics, and many more.

For more information about the T500, visit Code in booth 1027 at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show, January 17-19 in New York City. Additional product information can be found at

About Code
Code is a technology leader in the design, development and manufacture of the latest generation of image-based barcode readers. Using advanced high-definition and multi-resolution optics, coupled with cabled and wireless communication options, including Bluetooth®, our product suite is ergonomically designed to expedite data collection tasks and enhance productivity for the mobile worker. The Code product line is used in critical applications within healthcare, public safety, manufacturing, transportation, retail and a range of other diverse industries.

Code provides reading and decoding of all open barcode symbologies. In addition, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode® symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, USA, and has regional headquarters in China, Singapore and The Netherlands. For more information, visit

IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries.
The Bluetooth® word mark is registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
Windows, Microsoft and Surface are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Samsung and Galaxy Tab are both trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.


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