hand-held scanner

hand-held scanner

[¦hand ‚held ′skan·ər]
(engineering)
An image-reading device that is held and operated by a person.
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Using the Hand-Held Scanner, it reportedly took technicians about half a day to scan the part before corrosion was removed and another half-day to scan it after the removal of the defects.
The Intelli-Pac affords the ability to seamlessly integrate layer aggregation technology, a case label printer, operator touch screen, connectivity to preferred data management system, a case loading table, and a hand-held scanner.
Anyone who has attended either a magistrates' or crown court in the North East in recent years will have been met on entrance by a metal detector or a guard with a hand-held scanner.
Defense ID is a hand-held scanner that reads magnetic strips, barcodes and special text on most forms of identification, including driver's licenses, passports and military IDs.
The removable smart tags will be placed on individual garments which can be read by the retail workers from a distance through hand-held scanner.
And another is checked with a hand-held scanner by a policeman at Lammas School and Sports College in Leyton, east London.
Every bobby in a knife hotspot must be given a hand-held scanner.
With vendor service tracking, vendors check into the system via a PC or Symbol 9060 hand-held scanner upon arrival at the store and then check out once their work has been completed.
It allows customers to scan product prices using a hand-held scanner.
Metrologic's hand-held scanner line has also incorporated Bluetooth technology in its newest additions to the Voyager Series: the VoyagerBT and the VoyagerPDF.
In 1991, Bukovsky gained access to key Soviet archives dealing with Communist support for international terrorism and subversion, storing thousands of documents digitally using a computer with a hand-held scanner.
4 kbps data/fax modem, a hand-held scanner and a deskjet printer.