Handheld barcode readers
Cognex Corporation's DataMan 8050 Series of industrial handheld readers are designed with a ruggedized housing and are available with corded and wireless communication modules.
Cognex Corporation's (NASDAQ: CGNX) DataMan 8050 Series of industrial handheld readers are designed with a ruggedized housing to handle harsh factory floor conditions and equipped with barcode reading algorithms.
The DataMan 8050 and 8050X are designed for applications in manufacturing environments, such as automotive, consumer electronics, aerospace and packaging. The DataMan 8050 and 8050X utilize 1DMax+ with Hotbars algorithms to provide high-speed reading performance even with damaged, low contrast or direct inkjet barcodes. Our industry-leading 2-D algorithms allow the 8050 to rapidly decode a variety of 2-D symbologies, including DataMatrix, QR, PDF417 and Aztec codes.
The DataMan 8050 Series is available with corded and wireless communication modules. They also support industry-standard communications including USB, USB Keyboard, RS-232 and Bluetooth wireless communication to a base station.
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