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UNITECH, SLOT BARCODE SCANNER, MS146-IUCB0M-SG (REPLACED MS146I-2G & MS146I-4UMG) INFRARED BEAM, IP54 SEALED, USB INTERFACE WITH MOUNTING BRACKET.
The Unitech MS146 barcode slot reader is a low cost, high quality solution. The Unitech MS146 barcode slot reader can read any barcoded identification card or badge. The MS146 barcode slot reader is available in both infrared and visible light configurations. The MS146 barcode slot reader can withstand harsh environments due to its rugged IP54 rated sealing. Bottom line is….the Unitech MS146 is a robust, proven barcode slot reader that will give many years of service in the most demanding of applications.
Unitech MS146 Barcode Slot Reader Features
- Wide barcode slot with flexible reading angle and higher resolution
- Multi-direction for flexibility of installation
- User configurable via PC programming
- Desktop or wall mountable
- Advanced Data Editing
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Visible light: 660nm LED
To read a barcode symbol, it is illuminated by a scanner. Light is reflected back in varying amounts, depending on the bars and spaces. These differences are translated into signals by a light detector inside the scanner. The signals are converted into various combinations to stand for specific characters.
Infrared: 930nm LED
In the case of infrared barcodes, a layer of security is added to an otherwise low-security technology. Special black obscuration panels cover the barcode label to prevent photocopying, making it readable only by an infrared barcode reader.