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The HR3280 Marlin II Provides Snappy Scanning with Maximum Comfort

08.01.2019

Say hello to the new HR3280 Marlin II by Newland EMEA, the new player in their HR32 series. This snappy scanner is quick on its feet and scans 1D and 2D barcodes with ease, without compromising on comfort. All in all, we call that a win, win!

Designed with Superior Performance in mind

The HR3280 Marlin II provides a fantastic solution for scan-intensive use. Armed with a megapixel camera the HR3280 performs effortlessly whether scanning from paper or screens, including high density barcodes. The Marlin II also features a high-speed sensor of 60 frames per second making it a rapid scanning machine without negotiating on accuracy.

Comfort & Durability combined

The Marlin II can withstand drops up to 1.5m. This makes it ideal for tough days on the retail floor. Fitting easily in the hand, the Marlin II was designed to reduce fatigue after a long work day. Featuring an impressive IP42 rating this device is protected from water and dust. Ideal for healthcare and retail, the HR3280 Marlin II has you covered.

Customization for the Russian Market

Listening to the needs of customers is important. Therefore, created specifically for the Russian market is version HR3280RU Marlin II. This version includes a custom designed algorithm and firmware that has been optimised to read EGAIS codes. These codes are used for country’s electronic tracking and monitoring system of alcohol products. Even the most damaged EGAIS codes can be read with great results.

FMD Ready

FMD (the Falsified Medicines Directive) is going into effect across Europe and it is important to be prepared. Unfortunately for most pharmacies, this means new hardware. The HR3280 Marlin II can help. The EU has decided to use a 2D barcode that is only 2 to 3 mm squared. Designed to read these types of barcodes with ease, Newland has come prepared with this device. With an attractive price point, the HR3280 Marlin II is tough to beat.

Interested in the HR3280 Marlin II? Go ahead and read further here.

Design & development: BuroBureaux