It depends on what you are wanting to achieve. Here are the factors
- Firstly you will need a units that has an imager rather than a laser. As an example the DT-X200 has a 10E model which uses a laser engine and a 20E which uses an imager. 2D scanners using an imager can read standard barcodes [in any orientation] and can read most 2D codes.
- If the client is just using the 2D code as an identifier ie just like a standard barcode but in a 2D code, then ASPluris supports that out of the box but needs an imager to read the 2D code.
- If the client has other data in the 2D code other than just the identifier [a QR Code which is a form of 2D can have more than 5000 characters] such as serial number or batch number or both or anything else, then we will need to understand the requirements. Once we know that, we will be able to match the functionality in ASPluris to the specific requirements.
- You can find more information on QR Code which is a form of 2D here https://www.qrcode.com