Match Code Solutions

Using mobile computers, Match Code can be used just about anywhere in your work environment. We can build a Match Code app on pretty much any mobile device. The most common devices used are the Zebra MC9300 and the Zebra TC73 for their durability, functionality, and mobility. 

Stationary Match Code involves similar logic, but in a stationary setting. The items are able to move down an assembly line while simultaneously being read against the control barcode to ensure there’s a match. This particular setup is administered by a custom EMP built PLC. 

What is Match Code?

Match Code is the practice of scanning two barcodes to confirm they match. There are multiple ways you could accomplish this, but it all depends on the situation. You have multiple options to choose from, but EMP will engineer a solution that is tailored to your solve your specific problem.

How Match Code Works

Scan Control Barcode

Zebra MC9400 Scanning

Scan Barcode to Match

Verify Barcodes Match

EMP Match Code Brochure

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