Codegate launches wireless wearable mobile computing solution for 1D, 2D and RFID

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Codegate, a specialist in providing mobile enterprise solutions, has launched a new solution for wearable scanning the QP1000iWS.

Combining the power of Codegates Bluetooth wearable Quick Pick scanner and Intermecs CN3 rugged mobile computer, the lightweight QP1000iWS is claimed to be the first truly wireless wearable solution to be launched. It is also claimed to be the only solution that supports 1D, 2D and RFID applications, making it suitable for a range of picking and packing applications that have previously been unable to benefit from wearable scanning.

The Quick Pick wearable scanner fits comfortably and easily onto the hand and communicates wirelessly with the Intermec CN3 mobile computer enabling it to be placed on a belt, in a pocket or mounted onto a trolley or cage.   The user is able to scan barcodes whilst still having use of both hands speeding up processes such as picking, packing, inventory checks and parcel sortation.

Being fully wireless, the QP1000WS offers a safer solution to the user than other wearable devices as there are no wires to get caught on machinery or racking.  

Compatible with Windows Mobile 5.0 and with a range of wireless options including 802.11 b/g and Bluetooth, the QP1000iWS will seamlessly integrate with existing systems and technologies to provide real time information improving stock control and order tracking. 

The cost of the QP1000iWS starts from just 1,495 and Codegate is offering a range of payment options that are as flexible as the device itself including a fully managed service, finance, leasing or outright purchase.

Andy Ward, Director of Sales for Codegate comments The QP1000iWS offers unparalleled functionality and flexibility in a single, wearable solution, allowing data to be captured and transmitted in real time to host systems.  As the only wearable solution on the market that supports 1D, 2D and RFID the QP1000iWS offers far greater flexibility than its competitors and we feel that it will fit a range of applications that have previously been unable to take advantage of wearable scanning.  With its ability to read and write RFID labels and tags, it also means that even if you are not currently using RFID, you will have the technology in place should you need it in the future. 


About Codegate

Codegate is a privately owned company, with its head office in Oxfordshire, specialising in the provision of mobile enterprise solutions with particular focus in the transport, warehouse logistics and, mobile workforce markets. This includes a full service offering from functional specification through to design, production, implementation and maintenance of robust mobile computing, and wireless technology solutions. A Codegate solution combines a broad range of rugged hand-held computers and mobile barcode printers sourced from the worlds leading manufacturers with an equally broad range of off the shelf and bespoke software for mobile solutions. Codegate is an ISO9001:2000 certified company, with customers across the UK and Europe.

Codegate is expert in making information instantly available at the point of activity, and has developed application-specific solutions designed to increase workforce productivity and efficiency.

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