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QuickScan I Lite QW2400, General Duty Handheld Scanners

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QW2400Lite 882x822Datalogic is pleased to introduce the new QuickScan™ Lite QW2400 2D area imager!  

This new imager is a corded (desk) entry level handheld scanner further expanding the QuickScan family of readers.  The QW2400 area imager is an excellent choice to meet the scanning needs in Retail, Light Manufacturing, Document/Bill Processing and Banking/Finance where longer linear bar codes are prevalent and often used.  The QuickScan Lite 2D imager is also the most affordable area imager with the best performance in its class.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Wide Scan Angle and Field of View (FOV), capable of reading long or truncated 1D codes and larger 2D codes from close distance
  • Blue Aiming Dot on White Illumination that is much easier on the eyes than red laser illumination
  • Datalogic’s patented ‘Green Spot’ technology
  • Two interface options are available: USB or Keyboard Wedge/RS-232
  • Excellent performance when reading bar codes displayed on Mobile Phones or Mobile Devices
  • Constructed with over-molded rubber for improved reliability


Typical Applications

  • Retail
  • Light Manufacturing
  • Document and Bill Processing in Banking and Financial Institution


Product Availability

The QuickScan Lite 2400 is now available to ship

 

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