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Honeywell / Hand Held Products 4800dr Document Reader

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Honeywell / Hand Held Products 4800dr Document Reader
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The Honeywell / Hand Held Products 4800dr is a full featured document imager designed to digitize paper documents for simple and efficient paperless processing, storage, and retrieval. Featuring 100% solid-state technology, there are no moving parts that can fail or require routine maintenance - ensuring years of uninterrupted, trouble-free operation.

  • Purpose-Built for Document Imaging: Imager, stand and document tray work together as an integrated document imaging tool and eliminate the need for adjustment due to varying document sizes.
  • Versatile Document Imaging Performance: Adaptus® Imaging Technology 5.0 enables imaging documents up to 8.5" x 11.0" (A4) in size and specialized white illumination ensures crisp images regardless of document or font color.
  • Durable and Reliable Technology: 100% solid state with no moving parts, and backed by a 3-year comprehensive warranty.
  • Barcode Scanning Functionality: Provides the added flexibility of scanning linear, stacked and 2D barcodes, eliminating the need to purchase a standalone barcode scanner.

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Honeywell (formerly Hand Held Products and recently acquired Metrologic, LXE) provides portable power solutions for hand held data collection devices and printers, two-way radios, wireless telephones, and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems, with quality that is regarded as the best in the world. Honeywell is a leader in mobile power management and technology.

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.