The Zebra DS6707-HD Handheld Digital Imager Scanner has simplified technology infrastructure. This device enables the automated capture of virtually every type of barcode utilized in electronics manufacturing. The Zebra DS6707-HD supports the complete set of high-density marks common in electronics manufacturing environments, including laser etched, ink marked, chemical etched and inkjet barcodes. Some of the features and benefits of this Handheld Digital Imager is the 1.3-megapixel imaging, support for all major 1D, PDF, postal, 2D and DPM symbologies, RSM (Remote Scanner Management) ready, integrated viewfinder, 6 ft. drop specification, tempered glass exit window, multiple onboard user interfaces, universal cable compatible, 360 degree Omni-directional scanning, laser “bullseye” aiming pattern, and optional hands-free intellistand. Other features and benefits include versatile scanner brings affordable high-density bar code scanning to electronic component assembly, add barcode scanning and imaging for comprehensive data capture capabilities in a single device, easy to use and rapid return on investment (ROI). The Zebra DS6707-HD is used in the retail industry for point-of-sale (POS), loyalty applications, electronic coupon redemption, backroom receiving, and inventory management. This device is used in the manufacturing industry for product and component tracking and work-in-progress (WIP). The DS6707-HD is used in the transportation and logistics industry for shipping and receiving, picking, product tracking, ticketing (airports, train and bus terminals), and postal.

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