Zebra CS3070 Batch & BT 0.5 GB of on-board memory.
£181.47 exc. VAT
£ 217.76 inc. VAT
Zebra CS3070 Batch & Bluetooth capabile, 0.5 GB of on-board memory, recharge over USB, includes USB cable, world wide.
The innovative Zebra CS3000 Series enables enterprises to easily implement 1D laser scanning where either mobility or the cost and size of a traditional scanning device is an inhibitor. The tiny device is affordably priced and fits in a pocket or on a lanyard. The CS3000 can be utilized in standalone mode for the batch scanning of bar codes, while the CS3070 offers batch mode as well as real-time bar code data transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, laptops and more. The result is a new level of affordability for 1D scanning and the ability to streamline, error-proof and simplify more business processes.
Features & Benifits –
Flexible mobile 1D laser scanner
A mobile bar code scanner with two modes of operation: batch for uploading data to a host at a later time or real-time capture and transmission to a host application via a wireless Bluetooth connection to smartphones, PDAs and laptops
Long battery life
A 24-hour batch/12-hour Bluetooth mode battery life insures well over single shift scanning performance on a charge
Simple two button design
Easy to hold and use almost no training required
Small and lightweight
Fits in a pocket or on a neck lanyard and weighs only 2.45 oz./70 gm
Easy to integrate with a host device
Batch USB connectivity or wireless Bluetooth enables compatibility with virtually any host device
512MB non-volatile memory
Provides the capacity to store over a million scans and ensures the data is retained ideal for virtually any batch operation
Superior scanning performance
Easy and intuitive to use just point, click and scan; enables easy capture of even dirty, damaged and poor quality bar codes
Enterprise durability: 4 ft./1.2 m drop specification; 250 tumbles (500 drops) @ 1.64 ft./0.5 m
Ensures reliable operation despite the inevitable drops and bumps in real world use