Fixed barcode reader LSR118

fixed barcode reader
fixed barcode reader
fixed barcode reader
fixed barcode reader
fixed barcode reader
fixed barcode reader
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2D, USB, LED, RS-232, RFID
Other characteristics
rugged, for boarding passes
for airport


The LSR118 is designed to read 2D barcodes from mobile phones, tablets and paper, and read and write to contactless smart cards, NFC labels and NFC-enabled mobile devices – from a single point of presentation. The reader/writer has a small-footprint, slot-in design to enable fast, easy integration into public access kiosks, gates and ticket machines. Furthermore, its rugged, water-resistant construction, with no moving parts, enables it to withstand years of indoor and outdoor public access use. 2D barcodes The LSR118 reader’s unique design, with optimised imaging and a 2D omnidirectional barcode imager, ensures read reliability. It also ensures high-speed performance, capturing and decoding all popular linear, PDF417 and 2D symbologies, including QR and Aztec, in less than half a second of presentation in any orientation. NFC/RFID NFC offers an especially intuitive and quick interface for data reading and writing. The LSR118 works with all popular contactless cards – including Mifare® (Classic®, Ultralight®), FeliCa®, DESfire® and Calypso® Applications Integration into public-use kiosks and gates Travel and transportation mobile-ticket reading Car park ticketing; transportation and event turnstiles and gates Redeeming coupons and vouchers; reading loyalty cards. Features Fully sealed Robust & water-resistant for integration into indoor or outdoor kiosks and gates Reads From Any Media Reads barcodes and NFC devices from a single point of presentation Simple Kiosk Integration Quick plug-in design for gates/kiosks reduces cost and complexity



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