The system consists of a Portable Data Collection Terminal (PDT) with an integrated barcode scanner and a desktop application for MS Windows based PC’s that handles the communications between the PDT and PC.
Locations, barcoded assets, and optionally serial numbers can be scanned with the PDT. When scanning is complete, the PDT is connected to the PC with a USB cable, and the data is transferred to the PC in CSV (Comma Separated Value) format from where it can be imported into another system or opened in MS Excel or other spreadsheet application. AssetScan has a secondary function: The PDT may also be used as a standard USB ‘keyboard wedge’ scanner when connected to the PC with the appropriate USB cable.
Barcode Logic has been a supplier of barcoding equipment and software solutions since 1998.
Here at Barcode Logic we provide software and hardware solutions for your barcoding, stocktaking, labelling ...