Honeywell Process Solutions announces the launch of a new range of industrial barcode scanners for the Australian supply chain market.
Now available to all Australian distribution centres (DCs), Honeywell’s Granit 1280iFR industrial-grade full range laser barcode scanners are designed to optimise performance across all reaches of the warehouse.
The newest member of Honeywell's industrial scanner portfolio, this best-in-class scanner excels in highly demanding mission critical environments where accuracy and durability are imperative. It offers the ability to easily read barcodes from short and long distances in warehouses, and enhances worker productivity across all areas of the DC including cold storage environments.
According to Tony Repaci, Honeywell Scanning and Mobility Country Manager, ANZ, in a highly competitive supply chain market that faces increasing pressures from consumers and e-commerce, it is vital for DC operators to have the assurance that their technologies will offer excellent performance at all times even in harsh environments.
Honeywell is committed to developing and integrating solutions and products ranging from scanners and vehicle mount computers to voice devices and software to help DC customers best meet business challenges and remain competitive well into the future.
Granit 1280iFR industrial grade barcode scanners improve worker efficiency with the ability to read 100 mil retro-reflective labels from a distance of 16.5m and 7.5 mil codes as close as 8.9cm.
The robustly built scanner has been designed to survive harsh environments, offering unparalleled durability by sustaining more than 5,000 one-metre tumbles and 50 drops from two metres to concrete. The Granit 1280iFR is designed for continuous operation at temperatures of -30°C. With the new industrial cable that can survive more than 300,000 cable bends at a 90-degree angle at -30°C, the scanner is perfect for cold storage environments.
The Granit 1280iFR also works seamlessly with Honeywell's latest expansion in Vehicle Mount products including the Thor VM2.