Water and particulate sealing rating: IP65/IP64
User replaceable lithium-ion battery
Enhanced Decoding software will support any kind of Direct Part Marking (DPM) technology
Bluetooth® 3.0 Compliant: Class 1 configurable via software
Built-in multiple interface RS-232, Keyboard Wedge, USB and Staandard and Industrial Ethernet
Datalogic’s Motionix™ motion-sensing technology
Direct Part Marking (DPM) is a process that allows users to imprint a bar code directly on an item instead of printing the code on a paper label. Different technologies are available to directly mark objects: laser / chemical etching, dot peening and ink jet printing. Each of these methods has specific advantages and disadvantages in terms of durability, cost and ease of reading.
The PowerScan™ PBT9500-DPM Evo reader is a cordless rugged handheld area imager specifically addressed and capable of reading codes marked with DPM.
The PowerScan PBT9530-DPM Evo imager includes the latest optics and software from Datalogic to make the reading of codes marked with DPM technology easy and intuitive. The typical reading distance is from contact to 4-5 cm / 1.5-1.9 in, depending on the DPM technology used, the code resolution, and the material and surface type. The scanner is also capable of reading standard bar codes printed on labels. It is based on a high density optic which allows the capture of very small, high-resolution codes in a range from near contact up to 15.0 cm / 5.9 in.
The PowerScan PBT9500 Evo is equipped with a standard Bluetooth® 2.0 radio that can be configured via software as a Class 1 radio (exceeding 90 m / 40 m of mobility respectively).
The intuitive aiming system provides the highest first-pass reading rate. Additionally, the PowerScan PBT9500-DPM Evo area imager uses a soft-pulsed white illumination light resulting in reduced flashes, which is very gentle on users’ eyes.
Datalogic’s Motionix™ motion-sensing technology detects the natural actions of the operator to automatically switch the scanner into the desired scanning mode.
The BC9180 base/charger also includes in one model two different Ethernet connections: Standard Ethernet and Industrial Ethernet protocols such as Ethernet IP and Modbus.
PowerScan 9500 Evo Series of industrial imagers for reading bar codes marked with DPM Technology (Direct Part Marking).
Update to OPOS to add support for Remote Management of handheld scanners attached to Magellan scanners.
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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.
The powerful and versatile all in one software tool that offers easy and fast reader set-up. Datalogic Aladdin provides customers the opportunity to manage the configuration of handheld products, and allows flexible advanced formatting through an intuitive graphical user interface. The software tool also makes it easy for customers to upgrade the handhelds firmware, to attain the benefits of new reader features. Datalogic Aladdin, used in combination with the Datalogic USB-COM drivers, supports the following MicrosoftÂ® operating systems: WindowsÂ® XP, Windows VistaÂ®, and WindowsÂ® 7, both 32 and 64-bit versions.
Electronic Data Sheet (EDS) files are text files used to identify your Datalogic BC9180 Ethernet cradle when connecting it to Rockwell (tm) PLCs that support I/O messaging to ETHERNET/IP (tm) adapter devices. For detailed instructions on how to use such configuration files, please refer to Product Reference Guide of Datalogic BC9180 cradle.
Datalogic’s Customer Services Organization offers a wide and complete range of post-sales services. It is organized in three levels of support, in order to guarantee the most appropriate professional assistance based on the specific problem.
Datalogic’s Customer Service can deploy in the territory a team of multi-lingual professionals, with a broad technical expertise across the whole product range.
Our standard service portfolio includes : warranty extension, fast turnaround time for repairs, 24/7 /365 phone support, guaranteed availability of spare parts and next day on site intervention. We can tailor our service offering to your specific needs. Our experts will support every stage of your projects, from feasibility study to extended post-sales support, performing, when necessary, root cause analysis and remediation.