The Code Reader 3.0 (CR3) establishes a new benchmark for Portable Data Terminals by combining the industry's best imaging technology with a graphic display and rugged keyboard to create the smallest and lightest full-featured bar code reading terminal on the market.
Code Reader 3.0 (CR3) Highlights
- Reads and decodes all symbologies
- Graphic Display and rugged keyboard
- Low cost; best-in-class
- Lightweight, ergonomic design
- Equally efficient in batch, cabled or wireless modes
- 'Good read' feedback with vibration, audible tones, and
- Firmware is field upgradeable
- Data output via Bluetooth, USB, Serial (RS-232) or
development to prepare captured data for integration
with enterprise software
- Accessories available to further ruggedize reader for
The Code CR3 wireless version features a 2.4 GHz class 1
Bluetooth radio with a 300 foot operating range. The
CR3 may be instantly paired with any Bluetooth device by
generating a QuickConnect code on our QuickConnect code
page. Code supports Bluetooth V1.2, which is a proven,
reliable method for replacing cables with secure
wireless communications in a wide variety of devices.
When using the CodeXML Bluetooth Modem, or the CodeXML
Router and a Bluetooth V1.2 compliant radio, the
features of adaptive frequency hopping and the rapid
creation of new connections provide unsurpassed
efficiencies in cordless data operations, and a new
level of performance when co-sited with 802.11 systems.
Batch Mode: The
CR3 features a 1950 mAH Lithium-Ion battery with 2 MB of
non-volatile memory and recharges when connected via the
USB, PS/2, or Serial cable. The CR3 was designed for
secure and errorless batch operation.
The standard USB interface provides plug-and-play USB
HID (keyboard) input for Windows 98, Me, 2000 and XP.
The Serial interface supports serial port devices. The
PS/2 (keyboard) interface provides plug-and-play support
for a wide variety of legacy devices that use the PS/2
keyboard interface, including WIN NT and Unix platforms.
Code Corp Recommended Use for CR3
Department of Defense,