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Motorola Rugged Barcode Scanners

Feb. 22, 2010
The new DS3500 series of rugged digital barcode scanners from the Enterprise Mobility Solutions division of Motorola Inc. is suitable for capturing data from 1D and 2D barcodes in harsh industrial environments.

The scanners also support images, direct part marks (DPM) and item unique identification (IUID) symbologies. Equipped with a 624-MHz microprocessor, the DS3500 series can decode barcodes within milliseconds, regardless of size or density, according to Motorola. Features include fast-pulse illumination and fast sensor shutter speed as well as omni-directional scanning functionality.

The DS3500 series of digital scanners includes six models, three of which are available as cordless versions with integrated Bluetooth technology. The DS3508-SR corded and DS3578-SR cordless scanners are designed for scan-intensive, fast-paced warehouses, transportation and logistics settings and retail backrooms. The DS3508-HD corded and DS3578-HD cordless scanners can read very small and dense 1D and 2D barcodes frequently found in light and industrial manufacturing environments. The DS3508-DP corded and DS3578-DP cordless models combine DPM-specific software with IUID parsing capabilities often needed by government agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Defense.

Learn more about the DS3508 corded scanners and the DS3578 cordless scanners.

Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions