Code Unveils New Mobile Barcode Scanner

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Code launches the CR3600, an advanced feature rich barcode reader, ideal for retail environments. This sleek, wireless scanner has a color screen and keypad that allows users to manually enter data in real time, while providing quick access to both pre-installed or customized applications with a simple touch of a button.

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“Not only does the CR3600 point to the marked growth of our product line, but it illustrates our ability to stay ahead of the curve with next-generation devices,” says George Powell, Code's CEO and President.

Code, an industry leader of advanced, image-based barcode readers, announces the availability of the Code Reader™ 3600 (CR3600). The mobile scanning device is the latest addition to the company’s fast-growing, sophisticated product line.

The CR3600 employs the latest imaging technology and includes the ability to write and customize JavaScript applications without the need to purchase an additional license. With capability of direct data input via a keypad and brightly colored screen the CR3600 is the ideal mobile barcode reading solution for deployment where integration versatility is required.

“The development of the CR3600 illustrates our commitment to exceed the expectations of our customers,” says George Powell, Code’s CEO and President. “Not only does the CR3600 point to the marked growth of our product line, but it illustrates our ability to stay ahead of the curve with next-generation devices.”

Designed specifically for mobile-related businesses, such as police departments, department of motor vehicles, retail companies and warehouse distributors, the CR3600 thoroughly handles all inventory management and data collection needs. It does so by enabling these organizations to effectively record work orders, track inventory, parse driver licenses and vehicle title and registrations, allowing for the immediate visibility of critical barcoded data.

Another asset of the CR3600 is that it has the ability to take on more than one workflow operation at a time. A variety of applications can be created and loaded onto the reader and can be accessed with a simple touch of a button. With a single scan of a barcode users can also direct the same data set to multiple applications. These features streamline workflow processes and ultimately lower costs by reducing the need to rely on numerous scanning devices.

For ease of customization and integration, a JavaScript license is included with each device, as well as multiple JavaScript applications pre-installed with source code available for download from the Code website enabling both existing and new resellers to quickly provide solutions to their customer base.

The CR3600 embodies a world-class decoding platform with superior barcode reading performance of all 1D, 2D, stacked and postal barcode symbologies. Additional features include, but are not limited to: lightweight models in palm and handled configurations; durable, quick-release rechargeable battery cartridges; battery status LED indicators with a fuel gauge; real-time clock; IP55 housing that securely protects electronics and optics; and compatibility with Bluetooth supported Android, iOS, and Windows mobile devices and tablets.

To view a demonstration of the CR3600, visit Code at NRF’s 103rd Annual Convention & Expo, January 13-14, 2014 in Expo Hall Level 1, booth 420.

About Code
Code designs, develops and manufactures automatic identification and data collection devices, accessories and application enablement systems. Code's compact portable products provide 'plug and play' input of data from bar codes and advanced 2D symbols. Cordless systems utilize enhanced Bluetooth® radios as well as optional FIPS 140-2 certification and now Wi-Fi. Code provides reading and decoding of all open bar code symbologies. While committed to open symbology support, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode® symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in the Salt Lake City, Utah metropolitan area. For more information, go to:

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