A high-performance linear imager for general and industrial applications
F780 is designed for the stringent demands of enterprise use. Embedded with Cino’s advanced imaging technology, this 1D scanner provides exceptional speed and reading performance. It delivers swift data captures on a wide array of 1D barcodes and stacked symbologies. Furthermore, a robust housing protects this imager against inadvertent drops, while its ergonomic contours offer maximum user comfort.
￭ Supports PDF417 and Composite Codes
￭ Superior readings on 3 mil barcodes, with a depth of field of over 3”
￭ Reads various challenging and problematic barcodes
￭ Reads electronic barcodes from smartphone screens
￭ Withstands drops from 2m to concrete
￭ Antimicrobial model available for healthcare applications
￭ Clear audio, and visual user feedback
￭ Optional vibrator for tactile confirmations
￭ Configuration can be done through iCode
￭ Advanced data formatting with DataWizard Premium
￭ System security development using DataWizard Premium
Scan All Your Needs
Tackle Stacked Symbologies
F780 is designed to scan a vast array of 1D and stacked symbologies, whether displayed on paper, plastic or electronically. Stacked-linear barcodes that can be read by the scanner include PDF417, GS1 Databar Stacked, and composite codes.
Ready for Challenges
Empowered by the FuzzyScan imaging platform, this scanner is primed to read various challenging and problematic barcodes. For example, poor quality, distorted, dirty, damaged, and overwrapped barcodes, as well as electronic barcodes on dimly-lit displays.
One Tool for Different Jobs
F780 delivers superior readings on high-density barcodes, in addition to exceptional scan range on regular barcodes. Its high performance and capabilities make it a versatile scanner that is well-suited for diverse applications.
Enhanced User Experience
Sharp Aimer for Rapid Targe
The scanner’s sharp LED beam helps users aim faster and with greater accuracy. F780 also projects a bright red illumination that allows for rapid barcode captures, even under low ambient lighting.
Clear Audio and Visual Feedbacks
This barcode scanner contains a programmable beeper with adjustable sound volume. Its LED lights provide conspicuous, multi-color indications. Along with the optional vibrator, these sensory feedbacks work in concert to promote a greater scanning experience.
Optional Vibrator for Quiet or Noisy Environments
An optional vibrator is available, offering tactile confirmation of good reads. It is ideal for places where the scanner’s beeps might be disruptive, such as a library or in hospital rooms where patients are resting. Vibrations may also be preferable in environments where beeping sounds may be drowned out by loud noises, e.g. manufacturing plant.
Built for Lasting Performance
When we designed the F780, durability and ergonomics were at the top of our priority list. With an over-mold construction, this imager can withstand 2.0-meter drops to concrete. Its handle allows for a natural grip, offering superior comfort throughout the day. Moreover, the imager’s elegant outline is sure to complement the decors of professional establishments.
Value Beyond Measure
Simplified Configuration Proce
The iCode is a configuration barcode. It can be embedded with more than one command, thereby enabling the simultaneous change of numerous parameters. Instead of configuring their Cino imagers with multiple barcodes, users can achieve the same results with a single iCode.
Simply choose your desired settings in the FuzzyScan PowerTool, and click on the “iCode” button to generate a comprehensive barcode that embodies them all.
DataWizard Premium lets you write data or security scripts which can then be used to program Cino scanners for customized tasks. The script language is similar to BASIC and easy to learn for experienced programmers. This exclusive feature is included in the FuzzyScan PowerTool and offered to Cino clients without extra charge.
Advanced Data Formatting
Through data scripts, your scanners can be programmed for intricate formatting duties that would otherwise be assigned to the host device. For example: parsing raw data from driver licenses, adding preambles or postambles, and more.
Set your host system to prompt scanners for a validation key before allowing connection. Develop a security script containing the validation key and install this script on approved scanners. This will prevent random scanners from accessing the host system.
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$99.89 Regular Price