The Honeywell Hyperion 1300g linear imaging scanner shows that some scanning devices can be truly future-proof, leading to years of hassle-free performance.
Ideal for scan-intensive and light industrial applications, the Honeywell Hyperion 1300g linear imaging scanner offers a solid combination of performance, ergonomics, and durability for:
- Warehouse management
- Inventory control
- Asset tracking
Eliminates the need for specialty scanners
Speed comes standard in this fast linear imager, which can perform up to 270 scans per second and scan 13 mil barcodes at distances of up to 18 inches. In addition, it can intuitively decipher high-density barcodes as small as 3 mil, eliminating the need to purchase specialty barcode readers. The Honeywell Hyperion 1300g decodes both standard 1D and GS1 DataBar symbologies.
The scanner’s toughness helps it stand up to its five-year manufacturer’s warranty because:
- There are no moving parts to wear out.
- Honeywell says the scanner is durable enough to hammer nails.
- The Honeywell Hyperion 1300g is designed to withstand 50 drops to concrete from 1.5 meters.
- The scanner can operate at temperatures from 32 degrees to 122 degrees.
- It can read barcodes at light levels ranging from 0 to 70,000 lux, meaning it can even operate in direct sunlight. In addition, it can handle print contrast with a 20 percent minimum reflective difference.
- Full impact-resistant bumpers reduce shocks when drops and other impacts occur.
- Its IP41 rating indicates that the Honeywell Hyperion 1300g is protected from tools and small wires greater than 1 millimeter, while also being protected from condensation.
Thanks to these rugged features, the Honeywell Hyperion 1300g linear imaging scanner can claim increased uptime and reduced service costs.
Keeps it simple, comfortable for users
Users will appreciate the ergonomic design of the Honeywell Hyperion 1300g. The scanner’s gun-shaped form factor was specifically designed for intensive handheld scanning – comfortable to hold and easy to operate. And at just 5.6 ounces, it won’t strain the wrist. And motion tolerance of 20 inches per second means that users can move quickly and efficiently, without creating errors.
The scanner gets up and running quickly, thanks to multiple host system interfaces. With many popular scanners on the market, users must scan a number of programming barcodes to get their new equipment operational. However, the Honeywell Hyperion 1300g features automatic interface detection, so no programming codes are needed.
Available interfaces for the Honeywell Hyperion 1300g include a keyboard wedge, USB, or RS232.
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