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Geartist Wireless Barcode Scanner $19.99 & FREE Shipping

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Easy and fast Operation: No need drive & cable, easily connected with your laptop & PC. Support keyboard output for more than 20 different languages. Support a wide range of barcode types.

2 working mode: Instant upload mode and storage mode. Internal offline storage supports up to 100,000 barcodes in offline storage mode. Scan and store barcodes when far away from the receiver, and then update the data to your device when you come back entering the wireless transmission range.

Network mode: It supports one to one, more to one. Many scanners can transmit data to the one wireless receiver. Ideal for business store, shops, supermarket, warehouse and library etc. If use one to more function, please plug and play the receiver again.

2 scanning mode:Press the trigger to begin scanning one by one, or switch to automatic mode to scan quickly no need touch any button.

Long Range Transmission: Delivers up to 1312 Feet (400m ) transmission in open air, 328 Feet (100m) transmission indoor. Compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux. Works with Quickbook, Word, Excel,notepad all common software.
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What is this good for?
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Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not rep JaredW2500?
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What is this good for?
Scanning Barcodes
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Is it 1d or 2d? Will it do we codes also?
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Is it 1d or 2d? Will it do we codes also?
it's a laser = 1D only.
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Is this compatible with ERPnext or other Open ERP inventory systems?
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Nope, that's not the way you go if for some reason you want to tinker and experiment with barcodes
(I'm not even considering anyone buying this thing for any kind of real "job")

You go to google or ebay directly and look for a profile under a name of "orihalcon" (sorry, hope I won't be penalized for referring to a specific ebay seller...). This guy is top notch, I bought from him myself and will soon buy again.
If you just want to familiarize yourself with what barcode scanning is, write a couple apps for it and surprise your friends or clients with how you can scan a 2D-barcode on the back of their driver's license, you go for Metrologic MS1690. It is wired, not wireless, but you can get it in a decent condition for $30-50 and it is a de-facto standard in barcode scanning world.

That thing will be a REAL barcode scanner that (if you have interest in this, of course) will make you busy for many hours and potential applications.

This one with 1D only is a joke by modern standards, sorry.
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Is this compatible with ERPnext or other Open ERP inventory systems?
It should work fine in those systems.
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I really need one with bluetooth for my inventory tablet.
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Where can I get labels to place on items to make an inventory list? Can someone link labels please. Thanks
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Where can I get labels to place on items to make an inventory list? Can someone link labels please. Thanks
I'm curious about this, also.
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Where can I get labels to place on items to make an inventory list? Can someone link labels please. Thanks
I created a chemical inventory in a research lab I worked in. The specific labels I used were pretty expensive, due to being high chemical compatability and adhesion to well below 0 degrees. However, I used a simple Dymo 450 thermal printer [amazon.com] with great success to print on labels about 1.5" long, with the barcodes being ~0.8 - 1.0 inches long.

For anyone interested in more detail regarding the sizes of labels/barcodes you need, it depends on the barcode language [barcode.graphics] you choose to use - in more basic terms, more "informative" codes require more lines, which requires greater resolution to read, which requires a larger physical barcode to read effectively.
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Some reason I almost read it as the "greatest barcode scanner" 🤗
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What is the smallest bar code that it can read? And I don't mean how many characters, but bar dimensions and density.
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