POS Barcode Scanners
Metrologic MS6220 Pulsar - €149
Triggerless operation
Metrologic’s MS6220 Pulsar is a triggerless, entry-level hand-held laser bar code scanner. Pulsar combines the high-speed and accuracy of a laser scanner with the working range and price of a typical CCD.

High visibility
With Pulsar, wider is better. When using contact CCDs, the width of the scan field is limited to the width of the face of the scanner requiring manufacturers to offer additional, wider models. By using a laser, the width of the scan-line grows as the bar code moves further away from the face giving Pulsar the ability to read the wide codes that similar sized CCD scanners are incapable of reading.

Dual interface RS232 and keyboard wedge
With Pulsar, wider is better. When using contact CCDs, the width of the scan field is limited to the width of the face of the scanner requiring The high-visibility 650 nm laser helps the operator line-up the bar code, thus making scanning bar codes easier in all lighting conditions. In addition, with a controlled 64 mm (2.5") depth-of-field on 100% UPC bar codes, Pulsar is perfect for large retail applications where UPC/EAN bar codes are frequently scanned at less demanding, low-volume check-out areas or satellite cash registers.
 
Metrologic MS5145 - €199
CodeGateTM data transmission technology
Metrologic’s MS5145 Eclipse is a single-line, hand-held laser scanner. Equipped with Metrologic’s patented CodeGate technology, Eclipse can be used in a wide variety of applications. CodeGate technology allows the user to easily target the desired bar code and complete the data transmission with a simple press of a button. This combination makes Eclipse a perfect selection for menu scanning, point-of-sale, document processing and inventory control.
Remote-control style button reduces fatigue
With Metrologic’s state-of-the-art scanning technology embedded inside, the MS5145 Eclipse has a longer working range and a wider scan field than a typical CCD. The width of the scan line grows as the scanner moves further away from bar codes. In addition, the laser beam pulses which make lining up bar codes easy, and when the scanner senses a bar code (CodeSenseTM Mode), the laser beam automatically switches to scan mode and activates CodeGate to ensure high-speed scanning and accuracy.
                 
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