Intermec Aust announces a new wireless barcode scanning solution for Australia and New Zealand.
Optimised for distribution centre, transportation and logistics, field service and healthcare operations, the new Intermec SF61B is a compact and rugged range of wireless mobility scanners designed to integrate seamlessly with Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile tablets and smartphones.
Incorporating one of the fastest time-to-read 2D imaging technologies in its class, the Intermec SF61B enables quick and dependable data collection for mobile workers.
David Downey, Intermec General Manager, Data Capture Operations explains that the new SF61B demonstrates the brand’s continued commitment to delivering best-in-class products to support the varying needs of their diverse customer base.
Designed specifically with performance in mind, the SF61B is an excellent solution for customers seeking to support ever-changing data capture requirements with leading imaging technology.
Intermec SF61B wireless barcode scanners deliver superior scanning performance, long battery life and ruggedness in a compact form factor, about the size of a small flashlight.
Designed for workers on the go, the Intermec SF61B steps away from the traditional gun-shaped design, and features a magnetic attach/release system that allows the device to be quickly accessed or securely stowed away as needed, enhancing worker agility, safety and efficiency.
Despite its small size, the SF61B offers full-size scanning performance.
Integrated Intermec EA30/31 scan engines deliver extreme motion tolerance (up to 500 in/sec) for hassle-free scans. All models include a Bluetooth Class 1 radio providing up to 100m of wireless range. The integrated Bluetooth wireless functionality makes the SF61B a perfect companion for Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile tablets and smartphones.
The impressive battery performance of the SF61B is backed by a user-replaceable battery capable of lasting well beyond a full eight-hour shift, even in scan-intensive applications. The robust wireless barcode scanners have been tested to withstand repeated drops to concrete from 2m and rated IP65.