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Maintaining Your Barcode Scanner to Maximize its Performance


Maintaining a barcode scanner is not rocket science. Check out a few maintenance tips from the experts to avoid the common issues and enhance the performance of your barcode scanner. They are applicable for all types of products, including Zebra and Honeywell Barcode Scanners. Find out more here! – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Date added: 18 January 2020
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Title: Maintaining Your Barcode Scanner to Maximize its Performance

Maintaining Your Barcode Scanner to Maximize its
Maintaining your wired or wireless barcode
scanner to avoid repair costs
  • 1. Invest in a good wired/ wireless barcode
  • The chances of a bad scanner giving up on you
    frequently are higher than that of a good one.
    Before you make a purchase for scanners for your
    business do thorough research. Find reliable and
    trustworthy manufactures that ensure high product
    quality and better after-sales support.

2. Do not drop your scanner repeatedly
  • It should be a given that manhandling your
    scanner will affect its life. Most scanners come
    with a wristband for a better grip and to avoid
    drops. Every wired or wireless scanner comes with
    a specified drop resistance. 

3. Store in favorable conditions
  • Barcode Scanners Wired or Wireless need be used
    like you would use any other electronic device.
    Direct sunlight and extreme heat are obvious
    stimuli that can deteriorate function and affect
    the lifespan of your scanner. 

4. Clean carefully-regularly
  • Daily use in a working environment can make your
    scanner dirty and also allow dust or dirt to
    settle and accumulate in its crevices and gaps.
    Cleaning your wired or wireless barcode
    scanner should be a regular practice and that too
    careful cleaning.

5. Understand the IP rating
  • The IP rating of your barcode scanner is its
    Ingress Protection Rating. These ratings are an
    internationally defined set used to determine
    levels of sealing effectiveness of an electronic
    device from tools, dirt, moisture, etc.

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