Best in class scanning
Flash memory for easy upgrades
Checkpoint Systems and Sensormatic EAS compatible
The Magellan™ 2200VS scanner is specifically designed for retailers that require high performance in a compact, vertical form factor. The unit is tailored for very small counter retail checkouts with medium to high volume POS transactions. The Magellan 2200VS scanner is particularly effective in drug stores, convenience stores, smaller to medium sized grocery stores, DIY stores and specialty stores.
Flash memory allows for easy software upgrades and an auxiliary RS-232 port provides versatility for adding a handheld scanner, programming and configuring the scanner, or accessing the scanners label data output. For applications requiring electronic article surveillance (EAS), the 2200VS scanner can be equipped with Checkpoint EAS and can support Sensormatic EAS systems with good-read acknowledgement via the auxiliary RS-232 port.
Lists regulatory, safety and legal information.
Basic user information.
Contains technical specifications, operational verification, installation, operation, maintenance, problem isolation, programming, and more.
Update to OPOS to add support for Remote Management of handheld scanners attached to Magellan scanners.
The JavaPOS Device Services are for JavaPOS-based POS Systems (Linux or Windows). Interface support includes Serial, USB-COM and OEM USB. Includes 1.14 Device Controls; improvements to logging, fix for Java crash on device Close, and other bug fixes
OPOS drivers for Datalogic scanner/scales for all supported interfaces. Includes support for Remote Management of HH scanners attached to Magellan scanner aux port; fixes for Single Cable multiple Read Weight commands.
- For use on all Windows 32- and 64-bit systems. Certified for Windows including XP, Win7, Win8, and Win10; auto detects OS version and installs the appropriate driver. Automatically recognizes and associates with Datalogic Scanning USB-COM equipped products. Enables data coming from the USB port to be seen by the host as if it is coming from a standard COM port (using a host defined virtual COM port). Any existing software application supporting serial communications can utilize USB scanner connectivity simply by redirecting the data input to the defined virtual COM port. Improved installation with no need for Admin privileges. "USB composite" scanner interface is not supported on Windows XP Operating system.