Datalogic ADC says that its new Gryphon GFS4400 barcode scanner offers high performance in a compact, hands-free package. The scan module's design makes it good for use in tight spaces.
The two-dimensional (2D) scanner's motion tolerance allows it to process bar codes fast in an automated application. Datalogic says the scan module has great depth of field, which makes reading easy in hands-free or swipe modes. The Gryphon GFS4400's small size and near-field reading make it suitable for semi-automatic equipment that requires confined spaces.
The Gryphon GFS4400 scan module can read bar codes on any type of display, from a mobile phone to a PC. It can read high-resolution linear and stacked codes as well as 2D bar codes and is able to process most poor quality and damaged bar codes.
Datalogic has made the Gryphon easy to aim by incorporating its aimer, four dots, central cross, and Green Spot technology.
The Gryphon GFS4400 scan module features a simple mounting system and includes a bracket for aiming adjustments on two axes.
The module is made out of high-impact resin, which can withstand repeated cleanings with solvents and disinfectant solutions. The sealed enclosure meets industrial standards for use in various industries, such as healthcare, retail, and manufacturing.
Company: Datalogic ADC
Company URL: www.adc.datalogic.com