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January 30, 2014
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The new 8650 Bluetooth Ring Scanner for use by mobile workers in a multitude of supply-chain environments. The small, lightweight ring scanner rests on the finger, with the Bluetooth module worn comfortably on the back of the hand or the wrist. The Bluetooth module pairs with any Bluetooth-enabled handheld, wearable, fixed-station or vehicle-mount computer and reliably transmits critical data from up to 30-ft. away, which gives the operator the freedom of movement necessary to perform bar code reading tasks quickly and in comfort. The ring scanner weighs only 4.8-oz and has a tough magnesium housing and specialized electronics designed for use in harsh industrial environments, the Co. states. The entire system is sealed to IP54 standards and can withstand multiple drops to concrete from up to 4-ft. It is available in two scanning options; standard laser and 1D/2D imager and has battery power to operate for up to 24 hr, delivering up to 17,000 scans on a single charge.
LXE, Inc., 770/582-6174. www.lxe.com
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