Equipped with a megapixel barcode scanner, the HR32 BT Marlin reads virtually all 1D or 2D barcode with better reading performance on long or truncated 1D codes, larger and high-density 2D codes. Complicated stacked 2D barcodes codes for emerging applications in track and trace are no issue for the HR3280 BT.
Adopting the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology, the HR32 BT Marlin is able to maintain a strong, anti-interference connection to transmit data. Achieving communication distances of up to 50m, the Marlin is as at home in a tight localized workspace where wires are unwanted clutter, as it is to bridging wider gaps from a host to a scanner.
The BT5.0 technology selected for the HR32 BT Marlin allows up to 7 scanners to be paired to a single base station, allowing coordinated scanning applications to transmit data a single host. This maximises available human resource without having to match up each scanner with a different PC, tablet or mobile computer.
The intelligence in the HR32 BT Marlin allows the user to move seamlessly from direct BT download to a host. When out of range, it can store captured codes and download them when back in range. With its large memory capacity, enabling storage of up to 15,000 standard EAN barcodes, the Marlin can set up to work as a pure data collector.
The HR32 BT Marlin uses a combination of red and white light that can be used in tandem or independently of one another via the comprehensive user manual or via the software configuration tools.
The HR32 BT Marlin is compatible with Newland's Easyset configuration software, allowing users to create the ideal configurations to match the Marlin's incredible scanning performance with their application requirements. It has complex data formatting options to match the ever increasing complexities demanded from 2D barcodes in practical applications