Motorola RS409 wearable scanner has been discontinued. Please call TPI for replacement options. 888-488-4244.
The tiny Motorola RS409 Ring Scanner from Motorola Technologies offers the ideal blend of form and function, allowing unparalleled freedom of movement in scanning, picking, and sorting applications. Part of the Motorola WT4000 Series Wearable System, this lightweight device delivers hands-free ergonomic comfort, the latest in scanning technology, and the rugged design to endure everyday use indoors and outdoors. The Motorola RS409 can scan near or far, can be worn directly on the finger or over a gloved hand, and is ideal for a wide range of applications — from workers picking product in a warehouse or processing deliveries in a postal facility, to hospitality workers scanning lift tickets on a ski slope.
Motorola RS409 Features:
Superior scanning performance.
When it comes to scanning, the lightweight Motorola RS409 offers performance and reliability you can count on. The device delivers accurate reading of even poorly printed and damaged bar codes on the first scan. Its highly advanced retro-collective optical design provides an extremely wide working range — from one inch to over four feet — with rapid reading regardless of lighting conditions or bar code symbology. And the scanner’s low power consumption ensures more-than-ample battery power for a full shift.
Rugged design for reliable every day use.
The rugged design offers improved impact protection for reliable operation in the roughest environments. The scan engine is better isolated and protected from the routine impacts and shocks associated with everyday drops and bumps. Fragile silicon mirrors have been replaced with a frictionless Liquid Polymer scan element that won’t wear out. The trigger is built to last, rated for over one million actuations. And the new housing offers improved abrasion resistance in the most vulnerable spots.
State-of-the-art ergonomics for ease of use and maintenance.
The ergonomic design makes data capture a breeze in any environment. The Motorola RS409 is designed to provide maximum user comfort, regardless of hand size or preferred hand position. The new swivel feature allows users to easily switch from right to left hand use in seconds, eliminating time previously spent removing and re-threading the strap. And the removable finger strap is completely isolated from the scanner — each operator can now be issued a personal finger strap for improved hygiene.
Whether your workers need both hands to pick fragile or other goods or need the comfort of hands-free scanning for scan intensive applications, the Motorola RS409 provides the features and functionality to streamline processes, help improve worker productivity — and deliver a rapid return on investment. With built-in durability, you can count on maximum device uptime for a remarkably low total cost of ownership. And since even the most intelligent products require a maintenance plan and a support strategy, Motorola provides a full complement of service offerings to maximize uptime and maintain peak performance.
± 65° from normal
+/- 35 degrees from vertical
± 50° from normal
Ambient light immunity
Indoor: 450 ft. candles (4,844 lux); Outdoor: 10,000 ft. candles (107,640 lux)
1.9 x 1.4 x 1.9 in. (4.8 x 3.6 x 4.8 cm) H x W x D
Multiple drops to concrete: 4 ft./1.2 m across the operating temperature range
-4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C)
-25° to 160° F (-40° to 70° C)
Voltage and current
3.1 VDC to 3.6 VDC; 92 mA typical/121 mA max (one LED on)
2.0 oz. (56.7 g)
1 Specifications are subject to change without notice.
NOTICE: Repairs of this product may require the use of Motorola proprietary parts (and/or Motorola proprietary information). Motorla will sell these parts (and provide this proprietary information) only to end-user customers for self-service. It is Motorola’s policy not to sell these parts to third-party service providers and not to allow a third-party service provider to act as an ordering or receiving agent for the parts necessary to repair this product. Applicable in the U.S. For all other countries, please contact your Motorola account manager or the local Motorola Customer Service representative in your area for further details.
2 Pitch Controlled by dropping or raising the wrist
3 Controlled by rotating the wrist clockwise or counterclockwise
4 Controlled by rotating the wrist from left to right or vice versa