The Zebra LS4208 General Purpose Barcode Scanner delivers exceptional performance in an accessible, intuitive package. It has a single-circuit board design that ensures sturdiness and ergonomic shape that helps maximize user comfort. The LS4208 makes data capture east with continuous one-pass scanning, an innovative multi-line rastering scan pattern, and a wide working range & superior motion tolerance. Some of the features and benefits of this barcode scanner include 1D barcodes, PDF and composite code scanning, minimized chance of device downtime, comprehensive services and support, and a future-proofed investment. The Zebra LS4208 scanners have a wide working range, checkpoint electronic article surveillance, durable construction able to withstand 6 ft. drops to concrete, plug-and-play setup, intuitive scanning, remote management, optional hand-free intellistand, and gs1 databar bar code support. This barcode scanner has an operating temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit to 122 degrees Fahrenheit.

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