Portable Digital Barcode Scanner Cordless RS232 LV3000R 60 fps CMOS
Designed for OEM applications, this high-performance fixed mount
barcode scanner can easily be integrated into various devices such
as kiosks, ticketing machines, (reverse) vending machines, mobile
ticket validators and many more.
● Ease of integration
This compact, lightweight barcode scanner comes in sturdy
IP54-rated housing and allows ease of integration into a variety of
● Sophisticated Technology
Its core technology UIMG , solely developed , comprises optical
system, CMOS system, digitizer, decoder, image processor, embedded
system, etc. The device demonstrates an unprecedented decoding
capability on 1D symbologies. Users can create their own apps with
our development tools to identify particular images and symbols.
|Resolution||752 * 480|
|Symbologies||2D||PDF 417, QR Code (Model 1/2), Data Matrix (ECC200, ECC000, 050,
080, 100,140), Aztec, Maxicode, LP Code, Chinese Sensible Code,
|1D||Code 128, EAN-13, EAN-8, Code 39, UPC-A, UPC-E, Codabar,
Interleaved 2 of 5, ISBN/ISSN, Code 93, etc.|
|Reading Precision||≥ 3mil|
|Light Source||LED (617.5 nm – 633.5 nm)|
|Light Intensity||320 LUX (130 mm )|
|Depth of Field||35 mm ~ 210 mm|
|Print Contrast Signal||≥ 25%|
|Operating Voltage||DC 5 V|
|Current||Maximum Current||420 mA|
|Operating Current||260 mA|
|Idle Current||1 mA|
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||49.0 *37.0 * 25.0 mm|
|Operating Temperature||-5°C - +45°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40°C - +60°C|
|Humidity||5% - 95% (non-condensing)|
|Ambient Light||0 ~ 100,000 LUX|
|FCC Part15 Class B, CE EMC Class B|
|Cable||RS232||Used to connect the LV3000R to a host device; equipped with a power
How does a barcode scanner work?
It would be no good having barcodes if we didn't have the
technology to read them. Barcode scanners have to be able to read
the black-and-white zebra lines on products extremely quickly and
feed that information to a computer or checkout terminal, which can
identify them immediately using a product database. Here's how they
For the sake of this simple example, let's assume that barcodes are
simple on-off, binary patterns with each black line corresponding
to a one and each white line a zero. (We've already seen that real
barcodes are more sophisticated than this, but let's keep things
Scanning head shines LED or laser light onto barcode.
Light reflects back off barcode into a light-detecting electronic
component called a photoelectric cell. White areas of the barcode
reflect most light; black areas reflect least.
As the scanner moves past the barcode, the cell generates a pattern
of on-off pulses that correspond to the black and white stripes. So
for the code shown here ("black black black white black white black
black"), the cell would be "off off off on off on off off."
An electronic circuit attached to the scanner converts these on-of
pulses into binary digits (zeros and ones).
The binary digits are sent to a computer attached to the scanner,
which detects the code as 11101011.
In some scanners, there's a single photoelectric cell and, as you
move the scanner head past the product (or the product past the
scanner head), the cell detects each part of the black-white
barcode in turn. In more sophisticated scanners, there's a whole
line of photoelectric cells and the entire code is detected in one
In reality, scanners don't detect zeros and ones and produce binary
numbers as their output: they detect sequences of black and white
stripes, as we've shown here, but convert them directly into
decimal numbers, giving a decimal number as their output.
Q: How long is your warranty time:
A: 1 Year.
Q: Where can we download the user manual of the scanners?
A: We will send by email after you get samples.
Q: What's the lead time?
A: For sample, it is typically within 3 days. For bulk order, it
depends on quantity and model you order.
Q: Can you provide OEM service?
A: Yes. We need further discuss about details.
Q: How do you ship the scanners usually?
A: Since it is light and compact, we usually use DHL, UPS, Fedex,
TNT and post air mail.