Increased Productivity with a Wearable Solution.
The Zebra RS4000 1D corded ring scanner added to the Zebra WT6000 wearable mobile computer are part of Zebra’s Total Wearable Solutions. The only dedicated family of enterprise wearable devices built on Android and backed by Zebra Mobility DNA that deliver unrivaled scan performance and manageability. By combining the hands-free mobility of wearable technology Zebra’s Total Wearable Solutions provide the operational flexibility needed to replace complexity with productivity.
Add the small and lightweight Zebra RS4000 1D corded ring scanner to Zebra’s WT6000 wearable mobile computer, and workers are free to keep their hands and eyes on the items they are handling. The result? Worker productivity increases. Plus, a split-second press of the RS4000 trigger verifies task accuracy and provides the real-time inventory visibility needed to eliminate out-of-stocks.
Innovative Features of the Zebra RS4000 1D Corded Ring Scanner
Increase productivity with a wide working range
Zebra’s patented Adaptive Scanning technology allows workers to capture barcodes from near contact to 15 ft./4.5 m.
Two scanning modes
Workers can either press the trigger once to scan a single barcode, or keep the trigger depressed to continuously scan bar codes.
Capture virtually any barcode in practically any condition
With Zebra’s advanced scanning algorithms, workers can capture scratched, dirty, damaged and poorly printed barcodes, first time, every time.
Patented liquid polymer scan element with a lifetime warranty
Friction and wear are eliminated, maximizing uptime and worker productivity, along with a low total cost of ownership.
Bright scan line
The easy-to-see scan line ensures easy aiming for first-time capture of barcodes in virtually any lighting condition. With an oversized LED light, users can easily determine when a scan is successful.
Full shift power
The RS4000 draws very little power from the wearable mobile computer, preserving plenty of power for full-shift operation on a single charge.