Zebra LI4278 Cordless Linear Imager, Bluetooth scanner

Mfg.Part: LI4278-TRBU0100ZWR | CDW Part: 2696083 | UNSPSC: 43211701
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  • LI4278 Black Standard Cradle USB Kit: LI4278-SR20007WR Scanner
  • CBA-U01-S07ZAR USB Cable
  • CR0078-SC10007WR Cradle
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Main Features
  • LI4278 Black Standard Cradle USB Kit: LI4278-SR20007WR Scanner
  • CBA-U01-S07ZAR USB Cable
  • CR0078-SC10007WR Cradle
The Motorola LI4278 Barcode Scanner Kit is an easy-to-use portable scanner for extensive data collection. This linear imager scanner is capable of decoding various barcodes like Bookland, Codabar, Code 11, Code 128, Code 32, Code 39 and many more. With a maximum working distance of 19.7 ft. and a 547 scan /sec scan speed, this Bluetooth scanner boosts productivity and is ideal for daily operations. Connect this barcode scanner with cradle to your PC with the help of its USB port, or Bluetooth 2.1 technology to store data. Built for long-term use, it can survive up to 6 ft. drops to concrete. For lasting operations, it comes with a built-in rechargeable battery that provides up to 72 hours use.
  • Portable form factor for effortless scanning
  • 547 scan /sec scan speed to improve worker productivity
  • Comes with USB port or Bluetooth 2.1 technology for data transfer to PC
  • Minimum bar width of 3 mil to scan wider range of barcodes
Zebra LI4278 Cordless Linear Imager, Bluetooth scanner is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job Rugged and easy to setup. Scans even the worst barcodes even though plastic wrap. Works across long distances even 75ft away. Good solid product.
Date published: 2017-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works You scan an item, it inputs it.I think scanners are overpriced, with the way things go with other technology, they should be cheaper.
Date published: 2017-07-13
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