code reader

code reader

[′kōd ‚rēd·ər]
(computer science)
A scanning device used for automated identification of a two-dimensional pattern, one part after the other, and generation of either analog or digital signals that correspond to the pattern. Also known as code scanner.
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The WebLink Web browser-based bar code reading interface has been released--alongside the supplier's new MicroHAWK loar code reader platform--as a configuration utility for bar code reader setup and control.
The high-resolution LECTOR650 image-based code reader decodes 1D and 2D marks in automation and manufacturing applications.
The Tracxer Code Reader TS201 MINI from Micronic is a high-speed storage tube code reader designed to enhance lab space.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Code announced plans today to launch its newest offering; a fully integrated Wi-Fi image-based bar code reader this spring.
I MUST ADMIT that, while I've noticed more 2D bar codes in advertisements, they have not inspired me to download a 2D bar code reader.
0 handheld gas analyser with the addition of a Bluetooth interface and a built-in bar code reader.
Both could vary from a hand-held code reader to a dedicated system fully integrated into a manufacturing control system.
Now you can have your own code reader for less than those guys charge for one troubleshooting session.
Analysts say that for the use of 2-D bar codes to become widespread, the code reader must come preloaded on cell phones.
Without the bar code reader, the sample identification, test information, and reagent identification would need to be manually keyed in by a technician, reducing process efficiency and increasing the opportunity for error.
The bar code reader is used to identify batch number and select test temperature and time.
6 TB capacity (compressed), 1u form factor, bar code reader, direct-attach SCSI, Ethernet port for remote management, and all the benefits of Exabyte's award-winning VXA PacketTechnology that reads and writes data in packets--just like the Internet--providing far superior restore integrity, greater capacity, and fast transfer speeds.