Hands-free omnidirectional scanner Motorola DS 9208. Scan virtually any barcode on any medium, including electronic barcodes

DS 9208 is the projective scanner of new generation combining possibility of scanning of the printed and "electronic" bar codes from monitors of mobile phones or other devices. Company Motorola presented the new model of scanner DS 9208 using image-technology of reading, on February, 1st, 2011, publicly having presented it at exhibition NRF 2011 to the USA.

Whether you need to scan printed bar codes on paper labels or mobile bar codes on the screen of a mobile phone, with the Motorola DS 9208, you’ll be ready. You get the versatility to scan any 1D or 2D bar code — from the printed labels  in retail that identify product and pricing at the register to mobile coupons, mobile gift and loyalty cards, boarding passes and even theater tickets.

Presentation scanner DS 9208 well approaches for any design of the cash terminal of shop or station cash desk. Thanks to compactness of the device it can be placed in any place of a counter. The scanner is convenient for having control over, therefore it can be brought easily to object of reading. And improbably attractive design of the scanner provides its conformity to style even the boutique.

The small sizes of the scanner at all don't reduce a reading zone as the scanner is equipped by the big spherical window of reading. The window form minimizes dispersion of light and reduces reflections by the reading gage that considerably increases productivity – speed of scanning at goods proexecution in vertical position in front of the scanner has grown to 2,3 km/s. The scanner window "is drowned" in the case that conducts to reduction of possible scratches, and also influences crash-worthiness of the scanner – stability is increased to 36 falling from height of 1,5 m. The DS 9208 provides all the features you need to keep your workers productive: industry-leading scanning speed; true point-and-shoot scanning simplicity — no need to align bar code and scanner; and hands-free and handheld flexibility.