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Designed specifically for mobile-related businesses, such as police departments, department of motor vehicles, retail companies and warehouse distributors, the CR3600 thoroughly handles all inventory management and data collection needs. It does so by enabling these organizations to effectively record work orders, track inventory, parse driver licenses and vehicle title and registrations, allowing for the immediate visibility of critical barcoded data.
CortexRM™ is a remote management tool designed to give IT departments the ability to manage a fleet of Code barcode readers from a single location by using the same tool, or tools, already being used to manage other hardware devices deployed across an enterprise. CortexRM™ gives instant visibility and control of a barcode reader.
CortexRM™ works with either Bluetooth® or tethered Code reader to upgrade barcode reader firmware across your entire enterprise on your schedule, check the battery life, serial numbers, and firmware versions, as well as send configuration files to enable or disable features.
Code’s CR1400 barcode reader features multiple feedback indicators – LED, audible and vibration – to insure the user is aware that a ‘good read’ has occurred, regardless of the work environment they are used in.
Feedback indicators can be used individually or combined for added peace of mind and efficiency. For added flexibility, the audible tone (beep) volume can be controlled by quickly scanning a configuration code.
Code offers a full line of area imaging barcode readers to quickly parse data from both 1D and 2D barcodes. For those not quite ready to upgrade to 2D reading, the CR900FD – is an entry-level, area imaging barcode reader with flexible decoding capabilities. The CR900FD features full omnidirectional reading of standard 1D barcodes, and gives users the option to upgrade to 2D or stacked barcode reading at a later date – with the purchase of a license key, all at a laser scanner price.
The CR900FD is available in kits that include reader, stand and cable.
Code barcode readers have been designed to maximize productivity in a retail environment. With a focus on quick scanning and durability, Code barcode reading solutions can easily be integrated into all point-of-sale solutions.
Code offers a full line of tethered and wireless readers that are compact, rugged, and feature a high performance scan engine that makes 1D and 2D barcode reading extremely fast and reliable. Code barcode readers have significantly reduced power requirements, thus limiting the battery drain on POS systems and reducing overall costs when deployed throughout an operation. Additionally, Code readers are designed to be ready to use, right out of the box for seamless integration to any POS system, network and information system.
To further enhance customer service and increase efficiency, Code readers can be used as either a hand-held scanner or in hands-free mode, and are compact and lightweight enough to be carried continuously on the retail floor or warehouse.
Code barcode readers are built to last and withstand the cleaning agents used in most industries, particularly healthcare where disinfecting products used in patient care are necessary to avoid cross contamination.
Code readers are built with Lexan plastic housings, which has allowed Code to design compact, ergonomic, yet rugged barcode readers that are lightweight enough to be integrated into any industry and used in mobile workflow processes with ease. Lexan is also flame retardant, scratch resistant, weatherable, biocompatible and meets stringent FDA requirements.
The versatility of Lexan has also allowed Code to design a wide range of barcode readers that all have ‘drop shock’ specifications of 5′ or higher and IP Seal ratings up to 65, which give an added level of protection for the barcode reader against drops, dust and water which is often essential in high-use retail environments.
Code bar code readers are used in the law enforcement and government communities to gather information more efficiently and effectively. The use of the Code readers are used in eCitation, eCrash Reports, Roadside Checks, Chain-of-Custody, Asset Tracking Networking, Department of Defense IUID programs and more. We offer customized solutions, for easy integration into information and enterprise systems – whatever the application.
Code bar code readers will allow bar coded data to be populated into any application from any state driver license, regardless of current or future AAMVA standards, making Code bar code readers the most cost-effective and future-proof bar code readers on the market.
The Code Engineering Team is looking for a talented and self-motivated engineer with strong embedded system knowledge and firmware development experience who can apply his/her expertise in embedded system’s firmware design, development, and support for our products. As a member of the engineering team, your job functions will include the full lifecycle of design, develop, modify, test, debug, and support the new as well as the existing firmware for all our devices. Apply Now by sending HR your resume.
For a complete list of current employment opportunities, visit www.codecorp.com/careers.php
With Code bar code readers, clinicians can manage breast milk inventory, expiration dates and donor tracking to eliminate breast milk administration errors and improve patient safety.
Feeding a baby the wrong mother’s Expressed Breast Milk (EBM), exposes the baby to potential health risks. Considering the number of feedings delivered and the steps in handling EBM, more and more hospitals are recognizing the need of implementing a positive patient identification workflow to match EBM to both mother and child.
Code has been a leader in developing bar coded solutions to eliminate EBM feeding errors, in both stand alone applications and applications that are integrated into Health Information Systems. By scanning a mother’s bar coded patient ID wristband, Code readers can communicate, via Bluetooth, to a printer to reproduce the mother’s unique patient ID bar code in the form of a label, for placement on EBM vials in the mother’s room. The bar coded label on the EBM vials are then used to manage breast milk inventory, track expiration dates and to match EBM to a baby before feedings to eliminate EBM administration errors and improve patient safety.