1. Security - Protective Equipment
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  3. Fixed barcode reader
  4. Honeywell | Safety and Productivity Solutions

2D barcode scanner N670X

2D barcode scanner
2D barcode scanner
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1D, 2D, LED, laser
for airport


Ultra compact. Extended read range. Exceptional motion tolerance. Laser and LED aimers. Withstands extreme temperatures. Low power consumption Ultra-Slim, Undecoded 2D Imager, SR (Standard Range) and HD (High Density) Optics, Advanced Laser and LED Aimers The N670X Series 2D barcode scan engine is Honeywell's slimmest 2D imager. It is designed to provide higher performance and reliability, simplify integration into mobile devices, and enable increased barcode scanning speeds to meet higher-volume application requirements. Parallel or MIPI interface availability helps simplify integration into mobile devices that require the most current, as well as traditional, processor interfaces. Its compact dimensions (6,8 mm [0.27 in] height x 16,2 mm [0.64 in] depth) free up more room for other technology integration. Read range and readability have been leveled up in the N670X Series. Based on a 1 Mpx global shutter sensor, it can read Code 39 20 mils at 0,8 m [31.5 in] distance (SR optics typical read range) and provides an increased read range by 40% compared to its predecessor. Its white LED illumination enhances image capture accuracy while the HD optics allow reading of higher resolution codes (down to 2.5 mils on Code 39 1D barcodes and down to 5 mils Data Matrix and QR barcodes). Equipped with its HD Optics, the N670X can read the new DotCode for tobacco products traceability down to a resolution of 5 mils. With notable maximum motion tolerance of 6 m/s [236 in/s], the N670X Series can read moving barcodes, enabling increased scanning speed and productivity.


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