Product • 08.12.2015

Exceptional scanning performance on smartphone screens

Vertical slot scanner with omni-directional scanning capability

The Solaris 7980g area-imaging scanner can
read smartphone coupons, digital...
The Solaris 7980g area-imaging scanner can read smartphone coupons, digital wallets, and identification cards with ease.
Source: Honeywell Sensing & Productivity Solutions

For retailers looking to elevate checkout throughput, improve the customer experience, and better execute mobile marketing programs, Honeywell’s Solaris 7980g vertical slot scanner is up to the task.

With its compact, modern design and powerful imaging capabilities, the 7980g fits easily into existing enclosures used in high-volume retail checkout environments such as convenience, drug, specialty, liquor and grocery stores. Incorporating Honeywell’s Adaptus 6.0 area-imaging technology, the 7980g delivers exceptional scanning performance on 1D and 2D barcodes and can even read smartphone screens, digital wallets and printed identification cards.

Omni-directional scanning capability—along with an extended depth of field and advanced decoding software— allows cashiers to scan virtually all barcodes on first pass, with minimal concern for orientation or barcode print quality. For retailers that anticipate the need to read 2D codes in the future, but do not need this capability today, the 7980g can also be purchased as an omnidirectional 1D scanner with the capability to be affordably upgraded to a full 2D area-imager at any point in the future.

Now, it’s no longer necessary to purchase new scanners when your data capture needs evolve; the Solaris 7980g grows with your business. Installing 7980g into an existing checkout systems is easy. Multiple on-board interfaces make the 7980g compatible with most POS systems, and automatic interface detection speeds up installation.

A handheld scanner can be connected via a multi-function USB auxiliary port, providing a single point of communication. The 7980g further simplifies integration by drawing power directly through USB, eliminating the need for an additional power supply and cabling. 

Source: Honeywell Sensing & Productivity Solutions

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