Datalogic introduces the QuickScan QD2131 corded linear imager - An enhanced linear imager offering quick scans of long 1D bar codes

Eugene – October 15, 2015 – Datalogic, a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and industrial Automation markets, and world-class producer of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision systems and laser marking equipment, announces the corded QuickScan™ QD2131 linear imager, the newest addition to the popular QuickScan™ family of bar code readers.

Automatic data capture is used in various market segments requiring different types of bar codes.  Long linear bar codes are commonly used in service applications including utility bills, document processing and packaging. The QuickScan QD2131 imager’s extra-wide field of view and extra-long scan line excels in these applications allowing users to read longer bar codes at a closer distance. This imager boasts enhanced decoding capabilities that provide quick readings of linear barcodes, whether printed or displayed on a screen. Its extended depth of field makes it ideal for use at the supermarket checkout to read codes at a distance such as bulky items on the bottom of the shopping cart.

“Datalogic continues its leadership role in the global data capture arena by continually anticipating and delivering technology solutions to a wide array of markets,” states Giulio Berzuini, General Manager and Vice President of the Handheld Business Unit of Datalogic. “We are confident this economical, quick performing reader will be well received in the marketplace.”

The QuickScan QD2131 imager is gracefully styled, lightweight and ergonomic, providing comfort of use during a full shift of scanning. Additional features of this imager include a sharp and highly visible scan line, extended reading ranges, multiple interfaces, Datalogic’s patented ‘Green Spot’ technology for good-read feedback, 1.5m / 5.0 ft drop specification and Remote Management functions.

This imager will be a positive addition to various environs such as point of sale checkouts, inventory, banking and public administration.