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Datalogic QuickScan Lite QW2100 Linear Imager

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Datalogic QuickScan Lite QW2100 Linear Imager
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The Datalogic QuickScanTM reader series is Datalogic ADC's value line of general purpose handheld data collection products. The QuickScan Lite QW2100 linear imager is an entry level product created specifically for reading long and truncated bar codes which is common in some areas of the world. It is perfect for use in retail, light manufacturing, document/bill processing and banking/finance environments.

The QW2100 imager is small, lightweight and its ergonomic design is comfortable to use during daily operations. It offers snappy reading performance on most 1D bar codes and features a wide scanning angle with an extended scanning line which is perfect for capturing longer and wider bar codes typically found on utility bills and used by manufacturers of electronic parts. Additionally, the scanning line is thinner and brighter, allowing users to scan at wide angles without having to increase the scanning distance.

The QW2100 imager features Datalogic's exclusively patented ‘Green Spot' technology for good-read feedback directly on the code. When the reader is in Stand Mode, the Green Spot remains on to show the operator where to position the code for quick and intuitive reading.

A specially designed stand has been created for the QW2100 imager which is light in weight, collapsible to use as a holder instead of a stand, and also has a ‘tiltable head' for various angle settings.

The QW2100 imager is available with two interface options: USB or Keyboard Wedge / RS-232 and includes various packaging options so that it can be ordered as a scanner only or as a kit equipped with a scanner, cable and stand to facilitate hands-free reading options. The Datalogic AladdinTM configuration software provides user-friendly features that simplify the start-up procedure, even for inexperienced users.

Because this imager was created for specific areas of the world, please check with your Datalogic Representative to inquire if the QW2100 imager is available in your area.

  • Wide scan angle

  • Laser-like thinner and extended scan line

  • Datalogic Green Spot for good-read feedback

  • Two interface options: USB or Keyboard Wedge / RS-232

  • Built with over molded rubber to protect the imager when dropped

  • Compact and multi-position stand

  • Water and Particulate Sealing Rating: IP42

  • Drop Resistance to 1.5 m / 5.0 ft

  • Uses the same cables and power supplies as the current QuickScan products

  • Bulk packaging available (10 scanners per box)

  • USB Certified Kits available

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Datalogic QW2100 - Scanner Only, Linear 1D Imager, USB Interface. Color: Black. Cables Sold Separately.
1 - 2 Days 68.59
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Datalogic QuickScan Lite Imager, Black, USB Interface w/ USB Cable (90A052044) and Stand (STD-QW20-BK)
1 - 2 Days 68.22
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Datalogic QW2100 - Scanner Only, Linear 1D Imager, Keyboard Wedge/RS-232 Interface. Color: Black. Cables Sold Separately.
1 - 2 Days 70.60
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Datalogic QW2100 - Scanner Only, Linear 1D Imager, Keyboard Wedge/RS-232 Interface. Color: Black. Cables Sold Separately. Must Be Purchased in Increments of 10 Units.
1 - 2 Weeks 63.89
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C QuickScan Lite Only For Ee Bk Kit RS232 (Std,Cbl,Psu)
1 - 2 Weeks 104.95
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Black Collapsible Stand/Holder For The QW2100
1 - 2 Days 8.22
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Datalogic Scanners: With their advanced technology, intelligent design, and solid reliability, the vast range of Datalogic products can satisfy any application need and have been setting the industry standard for over 30 years. Datalogic started in the United States in 1982 as Datalogic Optic Electronics and later became Datalogic Inc.

About Imager Barcode Scanners
An imager is a Barcode Scanner that really functions more like a digital camera than a laser scanner, and is capable of reading two-dimensional symbologies. Rather than bouncing one or several beams of intense light off of a barcode, the imager bounces a burst of light off of the barcode and back into a camera-like eye, essentially taking a picture. Unlike a laser scanner the imager does not need the barcode to be oriented in anyway (other than within the scan area) in order to be legible.