General Purpose Handheld Digital Imager Scanner. This device combines omnidirectional 1D/2D barcode scanning with an embedded parsing agent. Enables users to read the PDF417 barcode on a US driver’s license. Some of the features and benefits of this device include: Embedded parsing agent, support for all major 1-D, PDF, postal, and 2-D symbologies, remote scanner management ready, 6 ft. drop specification, tempered glass exit window, optional hands-free intelli-stand and universal cable compatible. The device is immune to normal artificial indoor and natural outdoor lighting. Retail industry applications include: Point-of-Sale (POS), loyalty applications, electronic coupon redemption, backroom receiving, and inventory management. Parsing is done in the scanner and controlled by the user so it is especially appealing to retailers without centralized IT services. Since it works with multiple interfaces, operating systems and host configurations, and requires no additional software or licensing fees, it can be used easily in all environments with minimal effort. Different states use different data formats in their driver’s licenses and these formats change from time to time, state by state, the DS6708-DL by Zebra includes yearly updates for new format releases from each state, ensuring that your device is protected from the beginning. The versatile DS6708-DL from Zebra not only offers PDF417 reading and parsing capabilities, it also delivers the functionality of a traditional 1D and 2D bar code scanner, that enables additional data capture needs to be met as required.

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