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Whether its using wireless LAN (local area network), Bluetooth, infra-red or RF232, the new BHT 300 range of mobile bar code hand-held terminals from Denso a member of the Toyota Group is ideal for quick and easy stocktaking. While the models from the BHT 300B range read one-dimensional bar codes, units from the BHT 300Q range can also scan two-dimensional codes. Thanks to integrated CCD technology, the units can recognise codes from a distance of up to 45 centimetres. In addition to a clear LED display, all models are equipped with multifunctional keys and a vibration signal. The Denso portables are robust, water- and dirt-repellent, and can withstand being dropped from a height of 1.2 metres. Thanks to long-life lithium ion batteries, the BHT 300Q models keep going for up to 40 hours, while the units from the BHT 300B series can notch up as many as 135 hours. That makes both the B and Q ranges suitable for general and industrial use in trade and logistics.

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Despite weighing just 230 grams, the BHT 300B series achieves high-performance scanning even with faint or dirty labels. Whats more, labels can also be read from a great distance. Thanks to the bright LED lamp, the user can also register codes in the dark. Two-dimensional bar codes can be scanned using the lightweight 235-gram BHT 300Q models, either individually or up to four QR codes at once, saving time and making the receipt of goods that much easier.

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