Warehouse Scanner Guns

Scanning in warehouses and distribution centers usually requires more than a simple barcode scanner gun. Most warehouse scanner guns are built for more rugged use and have longer-range scan engines. This scanning equipment usually comes equipped with WIFI and Bluetooth capabilities for direct database connections and instant updates.

Typically, a warehouse scanner gun comes with a pistol grip to make the scanner gun more effortless when constantly scanning for long periods of time. Most scanner guns come with sophisticated scanner engines on them for long-range scanning. This makes it possible to scan items on racks that are farther away and higher up.

Working in a warehouse and distribution hub requires rugged scan guns. This is because the handheld scanners can get dropped frequently. So, it is very important that in any warehouse scanning system that these mobile RF scanners be built to withstand severe conditions and abuse.

We have Zebra and Honeywell warehouse scanners for sale or rent that meet these conditions and we can also help configure these with our utilities such as custom programming to fit your needs.

 

Features of Warehouse Scanners

  • Built for Rugged Conditions
  • Drop tested for 6’ to 10’ drops
  • Long-Range Scan Engines for Scanning high up racks
  • WiFi and Bluetooth for direct database connectivity

Inventory Scanners for Windows

Integrate your inventory scanner guns with your Windows computer system. We have programs that integrate with Microsoft Excel in the form of .xlsx, .csv and .txt. It makes it easy to use these other programs while working with the Windows files. Data can be collected on the barcode scanners and downloaded later or you can interact with a live online database or even just simple inventory spreadsheets.

Using a windows inventory tracking scanner makes total sense if you want to speed up your inventory and have an accurate account of all your stock. You can take counts regularly to maintain an accurate inventory daily, weekly, monthly or yearly. It’s logical to assume you can scan inventory more quickly and improve accuracy.

 

Features of Inventory Scanners for Windows

  • Inventory Scanners Guns with pistol grips
  • Inventory Data Collection into Windows Programs
  • Save to Excel in the form of .xls, .csv and .txt
  • Batch or Cloud-Based Inventories
  • Warehouse or Storeroom Inventory Scanner Guns

Inventory Scanners for Windows

Integrate your inventory scanner guns with your Windows computer system. We have programs that integrate with Microsoft Excel in the form of .xlsx, .csv and .txt. It makes it easy to use these other programs while working with the Windows files. Data can be collected on the barcode scanners and downloaded later or you can interact with a live online database or even just simple inventory spreadsheets.

Using a windows inventory tracking scanner makes total sense if you want to speed up your inventory and have an accurate account of all your stock. You can take counts regularly to maintain an accurate inventory daily, weekly, monthly or yearly. It’s logical to assume you can scan inventory more quickly and improve accuracy.

 

Features of Inventory Scanners for Windows

  • Inventory Scanners Guns with pistol grips
  • Inventory Data Collection into Windows Programs
  • Save to Excel in the form of .xls, .csv and .txt
  • Batch or Cloud-Based Inventories
  • Warehouse or Storeroom Inventory Scanner Guns

Barcode Scanners for Inventory

Barcode Scanners come in a variety of shapes and sizes from simple handheld barcode scanners to sophisticated mobile devices with Android or Windows operating systems. They are small enough to hold easily in your hand but powerful enough to quickly capture the data you require and scan the barcodes you need scanned. We have many makes are models to fit your needs from major manufacturers such as Zebra, Honeywell and Datalogic.

The barcode scanners are not complete without matching them to a database or cloud based inventory scanning system. These handheld inventory tracking scanners collect the data and pass it on to a database for processing so that you can manage your inventory and produce reports that show what inventory you have on hand. 

 

Features of Inventory Barcode Scanners

  • Android or Windows Barcode Scanners
  • Top Brands from Honeywell and Zebra Inventory Scanners
  • Inventory Scanner Guns or without pistol grip

Warehouse Scanner Guns

Scanning in warehouse and distribution usually requires more than a simple barcode scanner. Most warehouse scanners are built for more rugged use and have longer range scan engines. This scanning equipment usually comes equipped with WIFI and Bluetooth capabilities for direct database connections and instant updates.

Typically, a warehouse scanner comes with a pistol grip to make the inventory scanner gun more effortless when constantly scanning for long periods of time. Most scanner guns come with sophisticated scanner engines on them for long-range scanning. This makes it possible to scan items on racks that are father away and higher up

Working in warehouse and distribution requires these types of devices to be rugged. This is because the scanner guns can get dropped frequently. So, it is very important that these mobile devices be built to withstand severe conditions and abuse.

We have units for sale or rent that meet these conditions and we can also help configure these with our utilities as well as custom programming to fit your situation.

 

Features of Warehouse Scanners

  • Built for Rugged Conditions
  • Drop tested for 6 to 8 foot drops
  • Long-Range Scan Engines for Scanning high up racks
  • WiFi and Bluetooth for direct database connectivity

Inventory Scanners in Retail

In order to make sure you don’t run low on stock, retail stores take inventory regularly to optimize their stock. Creating min and max amounts for each inventory item makes good practice for keeping the right amount of inventory stock. Using barcode inventory scanners to take regular counts of inventory makes this process easy and effortless. Scanning the barcodes on the items and entering the quantities allows you to compare what is in stock to what the actual quantity on hand says.

There are a number of barcode scanners that can allow you to scan and enter quantities easily from small phone size scanners with on-screen keyboard to larger units with full alphanumeric keyboards. Other models have pistol grips available to make the scanner into a “inventory scanner gun”.

The scanners collect many fields such as location, part# and quantity and can allow options to “lookup” the part number in a database to display other fields such as description, price, color, etc. depending on the requirements.
 

Features of Retail Inventory Scanners

  • Scanners with or without keyboards
  • Scan stock level for min and max
  • Inventory scanning is easy and more accurate
  • Programs for Inventory includes lookup fields

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