Tough New Competitor - Powerscan PD7100

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Code Red Distribution is pleased to announce the introduction of the new Datalogic Powerscan PD7100, a rugged industrial linear imager - available from September 2008.

The new Powerscan PD7100 offers the highest standards of reliability, robustness and performance plus exceptional value. The unit is 2 metre drop tested to concrete, IP65 rated against water and dust, and capable of operating in the most extreme temperature conditions. Three year standard warranty ensures low total cost of ownership.

Unmatched Field of View

Darren Wildman, Code Red's Sales Director comments "Pallets, parcels, shipping documents and delivery notes all tend to use longer barcodes that most readers find difficult read at instinctive ranges (from contact to around 40cm). However the new Powerscan PD7100 offers the widest field of view of any hand-held reader currently available. In fact, 1.5 to 2 times wider field of view than any competitor device".

All-Round Performer

The PD7100s advanced code stitching capabilities, making it easier to read poorly printed and damaged codes first time. Wildman add "The new Powerscan PD7100 also comes equipped with Datalogic's patented "Green Spot" good read feedback system. Together these technologies ensure the new Powerscan PD7100 delivers fast, accurate reading and excellent operator feedback". The Powerscan PD7100 is available with two multi-interfaces, depending on your application requirements: industrial applications and harsh environments: RS-232, Wedge, Wand Emulation and USB and for POS checkouts: RS-232, IBM 46xx and USB.

The new Powerscan PD7100 is available in traditional industrial colours: yellow and black, and black for POS checkouts. It utilises the new industrial cables recently released with the premium range Powerscan 8000 series and is incredibly easy to set-up using Datalogic Scanning Aladdin configuration software.

Code Red Distribution is one of Datalogic Scanning's main UK distributors and hold large stock levels in their Crawley, Sussex warehouse.

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