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Motorola DS9808-R Combines Barcode Scanner and RFID Reader in Single Device

The company’s first integrated barcode scanner and RFID reader, the Motorola DS9808-R future proofs businesses looking for a compact, easy-to-use hybrid device that scans both 1D and 2D barcodes, along with RFID tags.

Motorola designed their groundbreaking “next-generation” presentation imager with retail point of sale (POS) in mind. Now you only need one device for:

  • Hands-free and hand-held scanning
  • Reading both 1D and 2D barcodes, as well as PDF 417 symbologies
  • UHF RFID reading

As a result, the Motorola DS9808-R enables retailers to maximize the value of RFID technology in the store while providing tag reading capabilities to complete purchases quickly and efficiently. A single device provides:

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Motorola DS9808-R takes the place of multiple devices by providing hands-free, hand-held scanning of both 1D and 2D barcodes, as well as RFID tags.

  • RFID usage for POS checkout, price checking, new inventory commission, separated inventory identification (e.g., fitting rooms), and returns processing
  • Instant translation of RFID EPC tag data to UPC barcode data, allowing retailers to implement RFID information into existing barcode-based inventory applications

Feeding data into retail apps

The Motorola DS9808-R can scan this comprehensive array of data capture technologies in record speed, with built-in support for mobile retail applications. It reads barcodes and images from mobile phone displays, allowing retailers to accommodate virtually any type of POS or inventory management application in mind. As a result, companies can benefit from:

  • Real-time, item-level inventory visibility
  • Timely re-ordering to eliminate out-of-stock items and the associated lost sales
  • Increased inventory turns
  • Lower inventory carrying costs
  • Instant trending analysis for better purchasing decisions
  • Timely shelf replenishment with minimal human intervention

“As the RFID market continues to expand, our customers are RFID-enabling more and more of their business processes. To do so, they need products that seamlessly meet the specifics of their real-world business requirements,” said Jason Kummerl, vice president of engineering, epcSolutions, Inc. “Motorola’s commitment to expanding its reader portfolio with new capabilities has enabled us to more effectively service key customers for whom extended range bar code scanning was a key requirement.”

Driving productivity while lowering costs

This combination UHF scanner and RFID reader  offers a wide array of features that minimize cost of ownership and speed productivity, including:

  • No need to align scanner with item
  • Almost no training needed
  • Designed to withstand multiple 4-foot drops to concrete
  • Optimized scanning speed of up to 100 inches per second
  • Independent RFID antenna power level controls to avoid inadvertent RFID tag reads
  • Compact integrated base
  • Support of remote scanner management from a central location
  • Multiple on-board interfaces
  • Universal cable compatible
  • Extra-loud beeper that can be heard in loud environments
  • Oversized LED indicator that is clearly visible from all scanning positions
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Jamie Duerksen

Product Manager Custom Labels and Barcode Printers at System ID
Jamie Duerksen loves challenges and enjoys the wealth of knowledge that comes from solving them. System ID customers benefit from her expertise—Jamie excels at helping organizations uncover barcode labeling and printing solutions for unique applications and environments. Outside of the office, Jamie embraces the everyday experience of being a wife and mother.

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