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Tills 4 Change features barcode scanners suitable for PC Terminals and Cash Register Systems. All scanners can be supplied with a PC-Wedge, RS232 or USB Connections.

Zebex Z3010
   
USB Connection:
Keyboard Wedge PS/2 Connection:
Keyboard Wedge PS/2 Connection:

 

Now discontinued see Z3100

 

Handheld CCD Contact Scanner

  • Durable construction ensures long service life.

  • 2,088 pixels CCD with ZEBEX newly designed scan engine.

  • Read status LED indicator and programmable beeper allows user to recognise scan status at a glance.

  • Built in decoder allows automatic recognition and decoding of the most popular barcodes.

  • Weight: 100g.

  • The Z-3010 offers advanced scanning performance with its 2,088 pixels CCD, and newly designed ZEBEX scan engine.

    Scanning speeds of up to 100 scans per second are possible with the Z-3010, and its built-in decoding capabilities allow automatic recognition and decoding of the most popular barcodes

      
         


    Includes 12 months Return to Base (RTB) guarantee & 12 months telephone support. Price includes initial programming to customer supplied specification, before dispatch.

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