Fixed Mount Barcode Scanners

High-Speed, High-Volume

We believe in making our customers faster and more efficient by using the latest barcode technology. Improvements in sensor resolution, error correction, and decoding algorithms have given rise to a powerful class of image-based barcode readers. These high-powered imagers are capable of decoding 1D, 2D, and direct part mark codes at speeds that were not possible with older technology. For your high-speed, high-volume applications, these fixed mount barcode scanners are one way to boost your speed and efficiency.

MicroHAWK Readers

The MicroHAWK® family of barcode readers offers the most versatile decoding power available. Built on the highest-performance imaging engine in its class, MicroHAWK readers offer an array of modular hardware options to take on any decoding task in three micro form factors.

QX Hawk Industrial Imager

The QX Hawk is the world’s first imager to be fully integrated with liquid lens technology, enabling infinite focus flexibility. Bridging the gap between ease of use and performance, the QX Hawk features a high resolution modular optical zoom system, aggressive X-Mode decoding, and simple plug and play connectivity.

DataMan 150/260

For 1-D linear barcodes, higher-density 2-D matrix codes, or direct part mark (DPM) codes, the DataMan 150/260 series fixed-mount, image-based barcode readers deliver unprecedented performance, flexibility and ease-of-use.

DataMan 300/360 Series

When high-performance, flexibility and ease of use are essential for your barcode reading application, the DataMan 360 series delivers. The DataMan 360 series reads a wide range of 1-D linear and 2-D matrix symbologies.

DataMan 470 Series

DataMan 470 series fixed-mount barcode readers solve complex, high-throughput manufacturing and logistics applications with ease. DataMan 470’s multi-core processing power, imaging technology, high-resolution sensor, advanced decoding algorithms, and s …

Zebra CC600 and CC6000 Kiosks

You may have seen them in your favorite retailer.  Mounted to a pole at the far end of the store, a kiosk that you can use for checking the price of an item.  Or more recently, you might have used one to place an order instead of going to a cash register-based clerk. 

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