Toolbox for the barcode technician
Barcode desk includes tools that not only create barcode images
and print barcode labels but also allows the technician to
verify the final printed barcode by scanning the image using a
quality flatbed scanner and then using Barcode Reporter to
analyse the X dimension, gain, structure and check characters
for GS1-13, GS1-8, GS1-128, UPC-A and UPC-E symbols as well as
Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, Codabar, and Interleaved 2 of 5
Barcode Desk contains four tools outlined in the sections below:
Barcode Reporter is designed to test and verify a barcode
printed on a package, carton, label or tag before the goods are
shipped to your customers and to warn you of any potential
Barcode Reporter takes a high resolution image scanned from a
flatbed scanner and analyses the bars and spaces to report on
the barcode's quality and structure. Barcode Reporter is
suitable for GS1-13, GS1-8, GS1-128, UPC-A, UPC-E, Code 39,
Code 93, Code 128, Codabar, and Interleaved 2 of 5 symbols only.
Barcode Creator creates images of most common 1D and 2D barcode
types and can save them in BMP, EPS, JPEG, PNG, TIFF or WMF
formats at a specified resolution ranging from 96 to 4800 dpi.
Such images are commonly used for placing or importing into
graphics design programs during the design of packaging.
Barcode Desk Label Printer can print labels on any
Windows-supported printer using data sources ranging from
simple text files, though Microsoft Access or Excel source, to
most ODBC database sources.
Barcode Desk Byte Reporter takes input from a serial port
barcode scanner (or a USB barcode scanner operating with a
serial port emulator) and displays the byte pattern decoded by
the scanner. Of particular value for test 2D symbols where
non-ASCII text has been encoded.
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