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Metrologic / Honeywell MS1633 FocusBT Area Imaging Hand-Held Scanner

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Metrologic / Honeywell MS1633 FocusBT Area Imaging Hand-Held Scanner
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The Metrologic / Honeywell MS1633 FocusBT wireless area-imaging scanner combines the freedom of Bluetooth® wireless technology with features found in the popular MS1690 Focus. Patented RangeGate® technology allows the FocusBT to scan and store bar codes when out of range of a host system. Stored scans are automatically downloaded to the host when the connection is re-established.

TOTALFreedom: Expands scanner functionality by allowing image processing, decoding and formatting plug-ins to be loaded directly to the scanner instead of the host system

FirstFlash®: Increases productivity by scanning nearly every standard bar code on first LED flash   

Omnidirectional Scanning:  Eliminates need to orientate hand-held area imager to bar code 

Removable Li-ion Battery Pack:  Easily remove and replace battery packs without tools - plus remote charging allows for 24/7 scanning 

USB Bluetooth® Adaptor: Cable-free adaptor simultaneously enables Bluetooth® connectivity for host system and up to 7 other Bluetooth® devices 

PowerSave Modes/Power Switch: Both features conserve battery life and extend uptime 


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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.

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