- Bar code imager with 1.3 megapixel CMOS camera
- For 2D bar codes and document scanning
- Exceptionally robust due to lack of moving parts
- Shock-proof - survives drops from 1.8 m onto concrete
- Optional IntelliStand table stand
All scanners in the Motorola 6700 family are equipped with a CMOS imager. In other words, they are essentially cameras that read, analyse and decode bar codes as an image. This allows particularly fast and accurate scans. Even two-dimensional bar codes e.g. MaxiCode, DataMatrix or PDF417 do not require that the scanners be moved across the bar code. The scanner can read the bar codes from a distance of up to 40 cm, depending on their type and size. Additionally, using the model DS6707, you will also be able to scan images and documents. At up to 40 cm distance, this scanner not only reads bar codes, but also documents e.g. delivery notes, credit card vouchers, ID cards and driving licences at a maximum format of 21 x 28 cm, which is almost the size of A4 documents. The camera offers 1.3 megapixels and a maximum resolution of 1280x1024 pixels. The DS6707 is available with serial or USB interface. The DS6708 gives you the choice between standard range SR and high-density HD optics. The standard range version is suitable for all applications with normal 2D bar codes e.g. for chemists, document management or flight ticket scanning, while the high-density version is used with very small and high-resolution bar codes e.g. on mobile phones, implants or electronic components. The model 6708 is available with keyboard wedge or IBM interface. The optional Intellistand for freehanded scanning is available for all scanners in the 6700 family. The scanner that has been placed into the stand and automatically switches from trigger mode to auto-scan. All scanners in the 6700 series are available in light grey and anthracite.