DENSO’s QB30 stationary barcode scanner combines high-speed scanning with rugged construction

May 7, 2013

Designed to be twice as fast as DENSO’s QB20 models, the QB30 2D barcode scanner scans moving objects, while its compact body allows it to be used in small spaces. 

Designed to be twice as fast as DENSO’s QB20 models, the QB30 2D barcode scanner scans moving objects, while its compact body allows it to be used in small spaces. 

Additionally, a wide-angle focusing lens allows scanned units to be scanned close to the unit, even as near as 1.6 inches away.  Outfitted with IP54 dust and splash proof protection, the QB30 offers an extended operating temperature range of -4 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, allowing it to perform in a wide range of environments and situations.  Also, the scanner’s highly configurable software works in tandem with existing systems and allows users to easily set a wide range of parameters through its communication command.

A manufacturer of lightweight, ergonomically designed barcode scanners, DENSO ADC is the American sales division of DENSO Wave Incorporated, inventor of the QR code.  For more information about the QB30 stationary barcode scanner, head to the company’s website at www.denso-adc.com.