When the traditional bar code scanner (wired) came out, everyone thought it was the ideal stocktaking tool. Today, however, wireless barcode scanners are on the market. Wireless barcode scanners are certainly more convenient because they are not constrained by any wires. Operators can use it at any time without having to stay at the computer that connects to it.
Barcode scanners are used to read data from barcodes. A barcode consists of a set of lines that represent specific information about a product. The scanner is used to retrieve the information about the product in the barcode of. Usually, the barcode can be detected when the product is very close to the scanner. Now remote industrial barcode scanners are strong enough to detect barcodes from great distances and even in the whole room. So what are the benefits of using wireless barcode scanners?
1. Movability. The wireless barcode scanner works much like traditional wireless phones. It communicates with a base that has a predetermined distance within which you can use the device. The base is then connected to a computer that keeps the device charged. ：Users do not feel restricted in movement. Wireless barcode scanners are indeed easy to use, and because there are no wires, they can be easily operated by workers even in places with limited space, such as cramped warehouses or small shops or venues.
2. Improve productivity. Whether it's managing your business inventory, tracking employee time or tracking important items, almost every company today uses barcode scanners. It has been observed that the accuracy of barcode input data is 20,000 times and 20 times that of manual data input.
3. Higher work efficiency. Wireless barcode scanners are easier to use and therefore more productive, and they reduce labor costs. With this device, operators can move quickly from one item to the next and finish the work faster.
4. Durability. Wireless barcode scanners are durable, because they are built for environments where the staff have to move around a lot, and there may be accidents such as scanners being dropped by workers. To protect your assets, many wireless barcode scanners have been tested to withstand multiple drops to hard surface areas.