Barcode scanner designed to read mobile phone screens

Denso ADC's QK30 barcode scanner is specifically designed to read 1‑D and 2-D barcodes displayed on the LCD screens of cell phones and other mobile devices and it offers programmable multicolored LEDs and remote device management.

08/26/2014


Denso ADC's QK30 barcode scanner is specifically designed to read 1‑D and 2-D barcodes displayed on the LCD screens of cell phones and other mobile devices and it offers programmable multicolored LEDs and remote device management. Courtesy: Denso ADCDenso ADC's QK30 barcode scanner is designed to read 1‑D and 2-D barcodes displayed on the LCD screens of cell phones and other mobile devices as well as codes printed on paper using Denso's Interleaving Media Scanning Technology (IMST). The QK30 also offers programmable multicolored LEDs and is able to play audio files and enable remote device management. IMST programming and configuration software is included with the device, which can also be programmed using scripts. The QK30's scanning area is able to scan large-screen smartphones easily. Applications include e‑tickets, e-coupons and e‑membership cards. Even under poor lighting conditions, using IMST, the QK30 can read LCD screens with differing contrasts, colors and reflections.

Denso ADC

www.denso-adc.com 

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