Wireless Handheld Barcode Scanner

Wireless Handheld Barcode Scanner

Module: AW-5066R
Type: wireless handheld barcode scanner
Frequency: 2.4G
Interface: USB
Scan speed: 250 times/second
Brand: Asianwell
OEM / ODM: Yes

Product Details

wireless handheld barcode scanner

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Introduce of wireless handheld barcode scanner
AW-5066R as rfid 1d code pos scanner, it not only has a beautiful appearance, but also has a high performance bar code reading function. According to the test results, the scanning speed is 250 times per second, and the scanning distance is 150 meters to 250 meters. At the same time, the model also has a very strong shell, which will not hurt it even if it falls from the height of 3 meters to the concrete ground.


Application of wireless handheld barcode scanner
Because of its strong hull and the convenience of wireless scanning, it is widely used in logistics, express delivery, special store data collection, card management, bill management and so on.


Detailed Specification

Module: AW-5066R

Technology

Scan type

Laser

Frequency

2.4G

Interface

USB

Scan Speed

250 times/second

Resolution

3 mil

Depth of Scan Field

10-250mm

Wireless Distance

150-200 m

Memory

5 0000 codes

Support Symbologies

EAN-8/13, UPC-A/E, Code 39/93/128, EAN128, Codabar, Industrial 2 of 5, Interleave 2 of 5, Matrix 2 of 5, MSI, Plessey ect.

Operation

Manual/ Auto Continue Scan

Decode Error Rate

Less than 1/8 million

Scan Angel

Yaw(Skew)45°, Pitch 60°, Roll(Tilt) 30°

Print contrast

25%

Electronical

Voltage

5V

Working Current

85mA

Sleeping Current

150 uA

Li-battery

2200 mA

Scanner Material

Eco-friendly, ABS+Rubber

Environmental

Operation Temperature

 -20 ℃ - 45℃

Storage Temperature

 -20 ℃ - 45℃

Humidity

5% - 85%

Warranty

24months

Packing List

Barcode scanner×1pc, USB cable×1pc, Manul×1pc

Inner box

1pc/box, 100 x 78 x 215mm, 0.25Kg

Out box

50pcs/ctn, 530 x 500 x 470mm, 18Kg


Detailed Pictures

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