Handheld barcode terminals

Denso's BHT-1300-CE wireless and batch 1D and 2D handheld barcode terminals feature the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system and Advanced Scan Plus CCD and area-imaging technology designed to enable faster scanning than lasers.
By Denso January 19, 2015

Denso's BHT-1300-CE wireless and batch 1D and 2D handheld barcode terminals feature the Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system and Advanced Scan Plus CCD and area-imaging technology designed to enable faster scanning than lasers. Courtesy: DensoDenso’s BHT-1300-CE wireless and batch 1D and 2D handheld barcode terminals feature the Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system. They also have Denso’s Advanced Scan Plus CCD and area-imaging technology that is designed to enable faster scanning than lasers. The 2D models can read codes from any angle within 360-deg, which reduces working time. Preinstalled software includes a keyboard interface application, wireless setting tool, application launcher and backup tool. They also feature Wi-Fi technology and network encryption protocols designed to ensure fast, reliable and secure data transmission. They also feature direct-connect USB cables and device cradles that enable Ethernet, USB, or RS-232 communication. The BHT-1300-CE also features an ergonomic design as well as a touchscreen for intuitive operation and a battery life of up to 28 hours.

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