Datalogic announces the PowerScan PM9500-DK 2D imager with 16 keys of additional functionality
Eugene, OR US – September 22, 2014 – Datalogic, a world leader in automatic data capture and imaging technologies, is proud to announce the addition of the PowerScan™ PM9500-DK 2D imager to the successful PowerScan™ line. This new member features a display and a 16-key keyboard. Like every product in the PowerScan line, the PM9500 imager offers versatility of use through the combination of exceptional optical characteristics and snappy omnidirectional scanning.
The PM9500-DK model enhances interactions with the host system offering a cost effective alternative for scenarios that previously dictated the use of a more expensive mobile computers. The phone-like keyboard allows operators to manually enter data enabling easy management of simple code-quantity applications such as picking, inventory, receiving, and more. With the same ruggedized ergonomic form factor as all PowerScan family members, the PM9500-DK imager is a comfortable, ideal solution for use in industrial settings.
The PM9500-DK imager includes the latest generation of the Datalogic STAR2.0 Cordless System™ narrow band radio offering a longer range and more robust alternative to Bluetooth®wireless technology. The Datalogic STAR2.0 Cordless System technology provides high speed wireless mobility from 433MHz and 910 MHz radio communications. It offers scalable solutions from simple point-to-point applications, to networking capabilities combined with seamless roaming two way communication in complex installations.
“The addition of the PowerScan 9500-DK imager provides our customers with an enhanced option in industrial scanning,” comments Giulio Berzuini, General Manager & VP, HandHeld Scanners, Datalogic ADC. “This scanner offers best-in-class reading capabilities through high speed imaging 2D optics and has great depth of field. We are confident our customers will enjoy enhanced productivity from the 16-key keyboard and greater mobility through its wireless scanning capabilities.”
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