motorola mc3190 user manual

Motorola MC3190

Motorola MC3190

The rugged wireless Motorola MC3190 is at home in the retail store and warehouse aisles, on the loading dock and out in the yard. Leveraging Motorola’s new mobility platform, the MC3190 offers advanced computing power, industry-leading data capture capabilities and superior ergonomics. In addition to the processing power and memory required to support advanced applications, read more…

Opticon OPN 2001

Opticon OPN 2001

OPN 2001 pocket memory scanner makes barcode data collection simple for anyone. Using this scanner is straightforward – scan a barcode and it will be stored automatically. When you make a mistake, the lower button allows you to re-scan the barcode in order to remove the item from memory. For easy data transfer the device read more…

LXE 8800

LXE 8800

8800 short range, long range, 1-D, 2-D, RFID and wireless handheld barcode scanners and barcode readers for any application – indoors or outdoors. My LXE-MX7 system always hang and response slow. Done swap SD card and …

Socket SoMo 650Rx

Socket SoMo 650Rx

The Socket SoMo 650Rx is a hospital-grade handheld computer made with antimicrobial materials that provide an extra layer of protection against the multiplication and spread of potentially harmful bacteria and microbes. Featuring a durable, lightweight, ergonomic design and robust wireless network capability, the SoMo 650Rx brings reliable automated patient data management directly to the point read more…

Zebra 220Xi4

Zebra 220Xi4

The Zebra 220Xi4 is designed to produce large labels up to 8.5″ (216 mm) wide at 10″ (254 mm) per second at 203 dpi and 6″ per second at 300 dpi (152 mm) resolution. The 220Xi4 is ideal for industrial applications, including chemical drum (HAZMAT) identification labels, pallet/container shipping labels and product identification labels for read more…

LXE Tecton

LXE Tecton

With natural handgrip ergonomics and a sleek design for an industrial tool, the LXE Tecton delivers its enhanced performance across a wide array of supply chain tasks. The successor to LXE’s highly successful MX7, the Tecton features multi-range scanning capabilities that enable barcode reads from four inches to 40 feet, so operators can perform warehouse read more…