KOAMTAC has recently released the CCD models of the KDC20 Bluetooth barcode scanner and KDC350 wireless barcode scanner.
The newly implemented 1D CCD scan engine enables KDC CCD models to read 1D barcodes from the screens of smartphones, tablets and PC monitors, as well as provide durability and a high degree of shock resistance.
The KDC20 is a miniature Bluetooth barcode scanner equipped with a convenient swing-out USB connector, enabling consumers to conserve resources by eliminating cables and utilizing off-the-shelf multi-USB charging solutions.
The KDC350 barcode scanner provides not only Bluetooth connectivity to a smartphone, tablet, or PC but also Wi-Fi connectivity to server. The KDC350 also supports Near Field Communication (NFC) and GPS. With an IP65-rating, OLED display, and 19-key alphanumeric keypad, it is one of the most unique and rugged products KOAMTAC has to offer.
“KOAMTAC has supported 1D laser technology over the past 14 years, but the technology of CCD scan engines has matured and is finally able to provide a laser-grade quality for the KDC scanners. CCD technology enables users to scan 1D barcodes from screens, which can be utilized in mobile coupon and payment services. The KDC20 and KDC350 CCD models can satisfy applications across a variety of industries that require aggressive scanning at an affordable budget,” stated Dr. Hanjin Lee, President and CEO of KOAMTAC.
All KOAMTAC KDC models support Android, Apple iOS and Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows XP/7/8/10 PC and Mobile 8/8.1/10 with auto Bluetooth reconnect capability for seamless data communication between the KDC and Smart device. A free KTSync keyboard wedge application and SDK are also available for all operating systems.
KDCs also come with a 1-year free trial of the KOAMTACON application development tool that designs data collection applications in real time without the need for advanced programming and coding knowledge.