The Motorola M2000 Barcode Scanner has been discontinued. Please call TPI for replacement options. 888-488-4244.
A smart investment, Motorola’s innovative new scanner is future-ready now. The Motorola M2000 Cyclone scanner decodes existing, new and emerging bar code symbologies instantly. The Motorola M2000 Cyclone scanner is packed with features that deliver optimum flexibility including next generation scanning technology. As good looking as it is practical, the Cyclone’s sleek design complements any store’s decor. Large merchandise or small, single or multiple bar code types, this scanner can handle it all. Revolutionary user-selectable scan pattern versatility plus remarkable ease of use and adaptability make the Adaptive “”Cyclone”” Scanner Series from Motorola Technologies a standout for bar code scanning at point of sale.
Reads Current and New UCC/EAN Symbologies with Ease
New ways of doing business require new types of bar codes to keep products flowing smoothly from producer to user. The Motorola M2000 Cyclone scanner was designed to handle new and emerging UCC/EAN-driven symbologies:
The UCC/EAN Reduced Space Symbology (RSS) is a “”stacked”” linear bar code for items previously too small to be marked. Track previously untrackable data on products so that lot numbers, expiration dates, weights, prices and currency information are included in the bar code.
Retail General Merchandise: Label items with complete product identification for better management of inventory and profitability.
Convenience Stores and Food Stores: Encode random quantity and weight products, such as meat, produce and cheeses with product identification information for better inventory management and to simplify the order and fulfillment process.
The UCC/EAN Composite Symbology (CS)
combines the standard linear UPC/EAN/JAN code, a proven tool for POS checkout, receiving and inventory tracking, with a two-dimensional (2-D) PDF417 portable data file that incorporates extended product information.
Healthcare: Hospitals, drug stores and pharmacies can trace manufacturing lot numbers on pharmaceuticals and other controlled substances. Caregivers can streamline prescription processing and verify patient ID by scanning patient identification cards.
Logistics: Gain access to shipping as well as content information at any point in the supply chain.
Retail Food: Shopkeepers can record purchase data and identification cards with a single scan of the composite code. The identification and shipping data is securely attached to the product – stored on a bar code no bigger than a postage stamp.
Portable Data File (PDF) is a 2-D data file that holds up to 1 kilobyte of data.
Age Verification: Many authorities now encode the date of birth in the PDF symbol on a driver’s license, preventing the sale of alcohol or tobacco products to underage customers.
National Identification Cards: Many countries use national ID cards to open credit and telephone accounts and for identification at border crossings.
Customer Loyalty Cards: Track customers’ shopping habits.