DENSO ADC, the inventor of the QR Code, has announced new BHT-1500 Series hand-held barcode terminals. The compact, lightweight devices weigh only four and a half ounces, yet offer high-performance scanning and a drop-resistant design, backed by a three-year warranty.
“Our BHT-1500 Series terminals represent a new price level for a compact, high-speed, durable and easy-to-use device with a full-size color screen. This is the latest step in our continuing effort to provide our customers with solutions that increase their productivity while offering the highest value and the lowest cost of ownership,” said David Keller, sales manager, DENSO ADC.
The terminals’ full suite of preinstalled software makes them ready for instant, out-of-the-box data collection. A contoured handle and ergonomic keyboard allow convenient one-hand operation, reducing fatigue and increasing efficiency. A large, two-inch color screen facilitates clear viewing of data, cutting down on operator errors.
Communications capabilities include USB, for direct connection to a PC, and IrDA, for wireless cloning of devices. Optional device cradles allow communication via Ethernet, USB or RS-232C.
DENSO ADC is part of DENSO Corp., a leading global automotive supplier of advanced technology, systems and components in the areas of thermal, powertrain control, electronics, information and safety.