Touch65/90, Completing Datalogic's Offer for CCD Contact Readers

Datalogic has completed its series of Touch CCD contact readers with the latest models in this family: the Touch65/90, a high performance reader that represents a real entry-level solution for specific data collection application needs in low throughput environments, such as in POS applications, document handling and front-office activities.

Important features of the Touch65/90 include full connectivity, enhanced architecture and full decoding capability, making it a CCD contact reader with excellent reading performance and reliability.

Like all the latest generation of hand held readers from Datalogic, the Touch65/90 is provided with enhanced architecture which guarantees a high scan rate of 256 scans/sec to increase operator productivity, and Puzzle Solver technology improves its reading capabilities on damaged or badly printed codes.

All Touch readers are provided with USB, RS232, Wedge and Wand interfaces in a single model for full connectivity to different host systems, simply by replacing the cable.

In addition, the Touch family of contact readers is up-to-date with market standards for decoding capability, as it can read all standard linear codes including the new RSS.

As with the Touch65/90 Pro, the new readers are available in models with either a 65mm or 90mm reading window, to read standard or longer bar codes. All models have a trigger, which can be disabled with the right configuration command to be used as a trigger-less reader.

Like all other cabled CCD readers from Datalogic, the Touch65/90 comes with a five year warranty and it is offered in the new grey colour combination to follow the latest standards in the retail market.

The Touch65/90 completes Datalogic's offer of hand held readers for the retail market by providing excellent performance in an entry level CCD contact reader, making it a competitive solution for low throughput data collection applications, even compared to a pen and decoder alternative.

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